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October 20, 2003|Martin Henderson


* 15 Tackles for negative yardage by Hacienda Heights Los Altos' defense in its 49-0 Miramonte League victory over La Verne Bonita.

* 18 Plays in the game-opening, 10-minute drive that led to a Rialto field goal in its 28-3 Ivy League loss to Rialto Eisenhower.


* Brian Stewart of Lake Balboa Birmingham (3-3, 1-0) scored from one yard with 29.3 seconds left to give the Patriots a 28-24 West Valley League victory over Granada Hills (4-2, 0-1).

* Joey DeJonge rushed for 207 yards and three touchdowns, the last with 58 seconds left, and then intercepted a pass with 24 seconds to go to give Duarte a 30-29 Montview League victory over Baldwin Park Sierra Vista.

* El Monte overcame a 15-point third-quarter deficit, as Amilcar Archila passed to Raul Araiza for a two-point conversion to tie the score with four minutes left, and Archila ran in from 25 yards in overtime for a 23-17 Mission Valley League victory over South El Monte.

* Dane Dephino, a center for Corona, recovered quarterback Brian Hildebrand's fumble in the end zone for a touchdown with 2:42 left to give the Panthers a 25-22 Mountain View League victory over Corona Santiago.

* Jeremi Mitchell returned a kickoff 95 yards with 3:39 left to give San Bernardino Arroyo Valley a 28-24 San Andreas League victory over San Bernardino San Gorgonio.


* Ian Johnson rushed 17 times for 239 yards and three touchdowns to lead LaVerne Damien to a 31-14 Sierra League victory over Diamond Bar. Johnson scored on runs of 70, 84 and 16 yards.

* Nathan Hall rushed for 228 yards and three touchdowns to lead Big Bear to a 31-28 De Anza League win over Moreno Valley Vista Del Lago.

* Kevin Vollmer rushed for three touchdowns and passed for another to give Encino Crespi a 32-20 nonleague win over Rosemead Bosco Tech.

* La Canada Flintridge Prep's Greg Sherman completed nine of nine passes for 233 yards and four touchdowns in a 70-0 Prep League victory over Claremont Webb. Ramses Barden caught six passes for 209 yards.

-- Martin Henderson

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