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Friday's top high school football games

Ventura St. Bonaventure plays Santa Margarita and Harbor City Narbonne visits Gardena Serra in games matching undefeated teams.

September 21, 2012|Eric Sondheimer
  • Serra's Anterio Bateman makes a catch and turns it into six points during the team's game against Sherman Oaks Notre Dame.
Serra's Anterio Bateman makes a catch and turns it into six points… (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles…)

Ventura St. Bonaventure (4-0) vs. Santa Margarita (4-0) at Saddleback College, 7 p.m. (Fox Sports West Prep Zone): The task for St. Bonaventure looks daunting. Santa Margarita has scored touchdowns on 17 of its last 20 offensive possessions and scored 141 unanswered points over 10 quarters. Quarterback Johnny Stanton is completing 68% of his passes and has nine TD passes. Running back Ryan Wolpin has scored 10 TDs. "We've got some answers," St. Bonaventure Coach Todd Therrien said. "Let's see if they work." The Seraphs, led by quarterback Ricky Town and running back Zachary Green, own wins over Corona Centennial and Redlands East Valley. The pick: Santa Margarita.

Harbor City Narbonne (3-0) at Gardena Serra (4-0), 7 p.m. (Fox Sports West Prep Zone): Narbonne has aspirations of reaching a CIF state championship bowl game, and winning this game would move it a step closer to achieving that goal. The Gauchos' defense hasn't given up any points in three games. The challenge for Serra quarterback Jalen Greene is to limit mistakes and make good decisions. Serra's defensive line is capable of pressuring Narbonne quarterback Troy Williams. A sold-out stadium is expected. The pick: Narbonne.

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