High school football: All of the scores from Friday’s Week 9 games


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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

FRIDAY’S RESULTS

CIF-SS

ALMONT LEAGUE

Bell Gardens 53, Keppel 0

San Gabriel 28, Alhambra 18

Schurr 48, Montebello 12

AMBASSADOR LEAGUE

Aquinas 45, Linfield Christian 7

Ontario Christian 52, Western Christian 18

ANGELUS LEAGUE

St. Paul 52, Crespi 35

Loyola 6, St. Francis 3

BASELINE LEAGUE

Etiwanda 30, Rancho Cucamonga 28

BAY LEAGUE

Mira Costa 30, Peninsula 18

Palos Verdes 36, Culver City 17

Redondo 26, Santa Monica 14

BIG 4 LEAGUE

Garden Grove 17, Marina 7

BIG VIII LEAGUE

Centennial 64, Roosevelt 0

Norco 55, King 0

CAMINO LEAGUE

Bishop Diego 55. Moorpark 0

Camarillo 36, Newbury Park 29

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

Cantwell-Sacred Heart 46, Bishop Montgomery 24

CANYON LEAGUE

Oak Park 31, Royal 28

Thousand Oaks 23, Agoura 13

CHANNEL LEAGUE

Lompoc 64, Oxnard 28

Pacifica 24, Rio Mesa 14

Santa Barbara 45, Dos Pueblos 17

CITRUS 4 LEAGUE

Colony 49, South Hills 6

Glendora 24, Los Osos 7

CITRUS COAST LEAGUE

Fillmore 57, Santa Paula 7

Hueneme 48, Carpinteria 0

CRESTVIEW LEAGUE

Foothill 35, Villa Park 28

Yorba Linda 34, El Modena 6

CROSS VALLEY LEAGUE

Vasquez 30, Silver Valley 26

DEL REY LEAGUE

Salesian 39, Mary Star 21

DEL RIO LEAGUE

California 48, Whittier 14

La Serna 42, El Rancho 7

DESERT EMPIRE LEAGUE

Palm Desert 36, Rancho Mirage 13

Shadow Hills 7, Palm Springs 0

Xavier Prep 28, La Quinta 27

DESERT SKY LEAGUE

Granite Hills 36, Victor Valley 33

Silverado 28, Adelanto 24

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

Cathedral City 31, Yucca Valley 14

Indio 47, Desert Hot Springs 14

EMPIRE LEAGUE

Pacifica 41, Crean Lutheran 6

FOOTHILL LEAGUE

Hart 37, Canyon 6

Saugus 42, West Ranch 8

Valencia 28, Golden Valley 14

FREEWAY LEAGUE

La Habra 68, Buena Park 6

Sunny Hills 49, Sonora 14

Troy 44, Fullerton 10

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Rancho Alamitos 25, Santiago 22

La Quinta 35, Los Amigos 28

GOLD COAST LEAGUE

Brentwood 48, Viewpoint 19

GOLDEN LEAGUE

Palmdale 56, Lancaster 0

HACIENDA LEAGUE

Diamond Bar 34, Nogales 20

INLAND VALLEY LEAGUE

Moreno Valley 42, Canyon Springs 13

Vista del Lago 17, Riverside Poly 0

IVY LEAGUE

Elsinore 76, Notre Dame 23

Heritage 17, Rancho Verde 6

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Oaks Christian 38, Calabasas 13

St. Bonaventure 27, Westlake 17

MIRAMONTE LEAGUE

Garey 41, La Puente 18

MISSION LEAGUE

Bishop Amat 29, Chaminade 18

Serra 30, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 10

MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE

Hesperia 35, Ridgecrest Burroughs 12

Oak Hills 21, Apple Valley 14

Serrano 20, Sultana 6

MOORE LEAGUE

Compton 26, Lakewood 14

Millikan 62, Cabrillo 0

MOUNTAIN PASS LEAGUE

San Jacinto 51, Perris 0

West Valley 19, Citrus Hill 16

MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUE

Indian Springs 48, Rubidoux 28

MOUNTAIN WEST LEAGUE

Alta Loma 24, Charter Oak 21

Ayala 35, Bonita 14

MT. BALDY 4 LEAGUE

Hacienda Heights Wilson 47, Workman 0

NORTH HILLS LEAGUE

Brea Olinda 41, Esperanza 21

El Dorado 30, Canyon 21

OCEAN LEAGUE

Compton Centennial 30, Morningside, 24

Hawthorne 43, Beverly Hills 8

Inglewood 31, Leuzinger 0

OLYMPIC LEAGUE

Cerritos Valley Christian 62, Heritage Christian 26

Village Christian 48, Whittier Christian 0

ORANGE LEAGUE

Anaheim 50, Santa Ana Valley 35

Western 52, Century 0

ORANGE COAST LEAGUE

Orange 55, Saddleback 13

Santa Ana 56, Costa Mesa 0

Calvary Chapel/SA 24, Estancia 7

PAC 4 LEAGUE

Laguna Beach 48, Ocean View 14

PACIFIC LEAGUE

Burbank 48, Crescenta Valley 25

Muir 20, Burbank Burroughs 0

Pasadena 56, Arcadia 10

PACIFIC HILLS LEAGUE

Irvine 21, Portola 17

Dana Hills 55, Laguna Hills 23

PACIFIC VALLEY LEAGUE

Beckman 30, University 14

Northwood 35, Woodbridge 13

PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE

Buena 29, Ventura 28

San Marcos 40, Cabrillo 0

Santa Ynez 47, Channel Islands 7

PIONEER LEAGUE

Lawndale 56, South Torrance 7

West Torrance 29, El Segundo 27

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

Monrovia 55, Temple City 6

South Pasadena 24, San Marino 21

RIVER VALLEY LEAGUE

Norte Vista 28, Hillcrest 0

Ramona 42, Patriot 26

SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE

Summit 56, Colton 0

SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE

Chaffey 42, Don Lugo 6

West Covina 10, Claremont 7

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE

Dominguez 27, Paramount 7

Downey 62, Lynwood 6

SANTA FE LEAGUE

Verbum Dei 13, St. Monica 6

SEA VIEW LEAGUE

Capistrano Valley 59, Trabuco Hills 56

El Toro 31, Aliso Niguel 17

SIERRA LEAGUE

Rowland 14, Pomona 6

SKYLINE LEAGUE

Arroyo Valley 21, Fontana 3

Rim of the World 50, Rialto 6

SOUTH COAST LEAGUE

Mission Viejo 42, San Juan Hills 22

San Clemente 49, Tesoro 35

SOUTH VALLEY LEAGUE

California Military 12, Santa Rosa Academy 7

SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE

Chaparral 39, Great Oak 15

Murrieta Valley 49, Vista Murrieta 48

SUBURBAN LEAGUE

La Mirada 33, Bellflower 12

Mayfair 48, Norwalk 7

SUNBELT LEAGUE

Riverside North 54, Valley View 7

SUNKIST LEAGUE

Jurupa Hills 41, Kaiser 7

SUNSET LEAGUE

Corona del Mar 35, Newport Harbor 12

Edison 51, Fountain Valley 0

Los Alamitos 49, Huntington Beach 14

TRINITY LEAGUE

Orange Lutheran 9, JSerra 7

St. John Bosco 41, Santa Margarita 16

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE

Northview 21, San Dimas 7

NONLEAGUE

Arrowhead Christian 48, Maranatha 14

Lakeside 49, Tahquitz 20

Rio Hondo Prep 41, Rancho Christian 6

Firebaugh 26, Belmont 6

Hoover 18, Contreras 7

St. Margaret’s 55, Calipatria 0

L.A. CITY

CENTRAL LEAGUE

Marquez 36, Bernstein 0

Maywood CES 36, Mendez 20

COLISEUM LEAGUE

Dorsey 42, Fremont 6

EAST VALLEY LEAGUE

Arleta 27, Grant 6

North Hollywood 43, Monroe 14

EASTERN LEAGUE

Huntington Park 19, Legacy 18

L.A. Roosevelt 49, Bell 0

South Gate 42, South East 36

MARINE LEAGUE

San Pedro 50, Carson 0

Banning 42, Narbonne 7

METRO LEAGUE

Dymally 56, Washington 14

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Eagle Rock 55, Torres 0

Lincoln 52, Franklin 34

SOUTHERN LEAGUE

Los Angeles 44, Roybal 0

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Canoga Park 42, Van Nuys 0

Granada Hills Kennedy 26, Sylmar 21

San Fernando 13, Panorama 0

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

Birmingham 56, Chatsworth 6

Cleveland 20, Granada Hills 8

El Camino Real 49, Taft 14

WESTERN LEAGUE

Palisades 51, Fairfax 0

Venice 40, L.A. Hamilton 7

Westchester 49, L.A. University 0

NONLEAGUE

L.A. Wilson 48, Locke 6

Reseda 34, Hawkins 0

Sun Valley Poly 32, New Designs Watts 14

8 MAN

CIF-SS

AGAPE LEAGUE

Hesperia Christian 52, PAL Academy 8

MT. PINOS LEAGUE

Faith Baptist 58, Malibu 6

PREP LEAGUE

Windward 33, Flintridge Prep 0

NONLEAGUE

Grace Brethren 66, Leadership Military 8

Lone Pine 48, Lancaster Baptist 46

L.A. CITY

NONLEAGUE

Animo Robinson 44, East Valley 0

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NBA season tips off today: Lakers, Clippers and what you need to know

Another NBA season has arrived, and there’s plenty of reason to believe the next team to hoist the Larry O’Brien championship trophy could be one of the two that call Staples Center home.

The Lakers open their season Tuesday night with a home game against Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors (7 p.m., TNT), while the Clippers travel to San Francisco for their season opener on Thursday night (7 p.m., TNT), also against the Warriors.

LeBron James and the Lakers spent training camp and preseason play trying to blend Russell Westbrook and a largely overhauled, veteran-heavy roster together while laughing off the steady stream of old-guy jokes and memes being volleyed in their direction.

Paul George and the Clippers are convinced that the confidence they gained and the chemistry they forged during their breakthrough run to the Western Conference finals will help offset the uncertainty of if/when All-Star Kawhi Leonard will rejoin them after rehabbing his knee injury. Will he make it back before the playoffs? If he does, will anyone want to tangle with them in a first-round series?

Lakers beat writer Kyle Goon and Clippers beat writer Mirjam Swanson have provided plenty to get you ready for the season ahead, and they’ll keep you informed until the final buzzer sounds in June. If you’re a fan of either team, you should be following Kyle and/or Mirjam on Twitter, if you’re not already doing so.

In case you missed anything recently, here is a list of links to some content to help get you caught up:

LAKERS

Russell Westbrook got what he wanted, but will he capitalize?

LeBron James’ patience will be tested by the team he helped create

Lakers are a target for scrutiny after superstar moves this summer

Lakers hope ‘chaos’ of off-ball movement adds to their offense

Lakers see their age as an advantage, not a punchline

With Trevor Ariza out, Lakers poised to lean on their size

In Lakers’ leisure world, Westbrook is a raging fountain of youth

DeAndre Jordan settles into new phase of his career

Lakers add Avery Bradley, bolstering defensive depth

Lakers rookie Austin Reaves thrust into duty as injuries mount

Lakers 2021-22 roster: A closer look

Lakers 2021-22 schedule: 5 can’t-miss games to watch

CLIPPERS

Paul George ready to lead with expanded role

Clippers miss Kawhi Leonard but appreciate his coaching

Tyronn Lue gets rave reviews for his in-game moves

Clippers’ Luke Kennard is serious about big fish, big shots

• Clippers won’t rush Kawhi Leonard’s recovery, Lawrence Frank says

Clippers believe Eric Bledsoe will fit right back in

Justise Winslow getting acclimated to wide-ranging role

Clippers celebrate Intuit Dome groundbreaking in Inglewood

Will the Clippers be ready when their Inglewood arena is done in 2024?

Clippers’ Steve Ballmer optimistic about short- and long-term prospects

Clippers 2021-22 roster: A closer look

Clippers 2021-22 schedule: 5 can’t-miss games to watch

LEAGUE-WIDE

Seemingly every title contender has serious question marks

Western Conference preview and predictions

Eastern Conference preview and predictions

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High school football: All of the scores from Friday’s Week 8 games


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All of the scores from the CIF-SS and L.A. City high school football games on Friday, Oct. 15.

Friday’s games

CIF-SS

ALMONT LEAGUE

Alhambra 40, Montebello 27

Bell Gardens 35, San Gabriel 0

AMBASSADOR LEAGUE

Western Christian 36, Arrowhead Christian 25

ANGELUS LEAGUE

Loyola 44, Crespi 20

BASELINE LEAGUE

Rancho Cucamonga 34, Upland 7

BAY LEAGUE

Culver City 35, Peninsula 23

Palos Verdes 44, Redondo 27

BIG 4 LEAGUE

Garden Grove 20, Katella 14 (OT)

Marina 24, Segerstrom 23

BIG VIII LEAGUE

Centennial 48, Norco 24

King 24, Corona 12

CAMINO LEAGUE

Camarillo 41, Moorpark 13

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

St. Genevieve 49, Bishop Montgomery 0

St. Pius X-St. Matthias 55, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 6

CANYON LEAGUE

Agoura 47, Royal 14

Simi Valley 41, Thousand Oaks 7

CHANNEL LEAGUE

Pacifica 51, Lompoc 26

Rio Mesa 36, Dos Pueblos 3

Santa Barbara 24, Oxnard 17

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE

Cajon 54, Beaumont 6

Citrus Valley 59, Yucaipa 14

Redlands East Valley 20, Redlands 14 (2OT)

CITRUS COAST LEAGUE

Hueneme 28, Fillmore 27

Nordhoff 48, Carpinteria 0

CRESTVIEW LEAGUE

Villa Park 31, El Modena 28

Yorba Linda 30, Foothill 27

DEL REY LEAGUE

La Salle 33, Mary Star 14

DEL RIO LEAGUE

La Serna 17, California 6

Santa Fe 42, El Rancho 14

DESERT EMPIRE LEAGUE

Palm Desert 31, Xavier Prep 9

Palm Springs 17, La Quinta 14

Shadow Hills 30, Rancho Mirage 7

DESERT SKY LEAGUE

Victor Valley 35, Barstow 14

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

Coachella Valley 28, Cathedral City 21

Twentynine Palms 27, Desert Hot Springs 22

Yucca Valley 67, Desert Mirage 0

EMPIRE LEAGUE

Cypress 13, Pacifica 8

Valencia 42, Crean Lutheran 10

Tustin 55, Kennedy 14

FOOTHILL LEAGUE

Hart 27, Valencia 21 (OT)

Saugus 42, Golden Valley 7

West Ranch 35, Canyon Country Canyon 8

FREEWAY LEAGUE

Buena Park 22, Fullerton 0

La Habra 48, Sonora 27

Sunny Hills 22, Troy 20

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Rancho Alamitos 37, Loara 9

GOLD COAST LEAGUE

Campbell Hall 36, Viewpoint 0

Rio Hondo Prep 42, Brentwood 18

GOLDEN LEAGUE

Antelope Valley 56, Lancaster 20

Highland 20, Palmdale 14

Quartz Hill 52, Littlerock 0

HACIENDA LEAGUE

Walnut 41, Nogales 0

INLAND VALLEY LEAGUE

Riverside Poly 35, Moreno Valley 22

IVY LEAGUE

Temescal Canyon 34, Rancho Verde 22

MARMONTE LEAGUE

St. Bonaventure 63, Calabasas 0

Oaks Christian 17, Westlake 2

MIRAMONTE LEAGUE

Bassett 37, Garey 7

La Puente 47, Ganesha 6

MISSION LEAGUE

Alemany 45, Bishop Amat 35

Chaminade 34, Notre Dame 21

Serra 28, Cathedral 0

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE

Arroyo 45, Rosemead 0

El Monte 14, Sourh El Monte 6

Gabrielino 27, Mountain View 22

MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE

Apple Valley 51, Hesperia 0

Oak Hills 50, Serrano 7

MONTVIEW LEAGUE

Azusa 32, Gladstone 6

MOORE LEAGUE

Jordan 74, Cabrillo 6

Long Beach Poly 42, Compton 0

MOUNTAIN PASS LEAGUE

Tahquitz 31, Citrus Hill 6

MOUNTAIN WEST LEAGUE

Ayala 24, Alta Loma 6

Bonita 21, Charter Oak 10

MT. BALDY 4 LEAGUE

Baldwin Park 36, Wilson 7

Montclair 42, Workman 8

NORTH HILLS LEAGUE

El Dorado 21, Esperanza 6

OCEAN LEAGUE

Hawthorne 22, Morningside 6

Leuzinger 51, Beverly Hills 0

OLYMPIC LEAGUE

Cerritos Valley Christian 43, Whittier Christian 0

ORANGE LEAGUE

Anaheim 41, Savanna 28

Magnolia 36, Century 0

Western 49, Santa Ana Valley 0

ORANGE COAST LEAGUE

Santa Ana 59, Estancia 7

PAC 4 LEAGUE

Laguna Beach 54, Westminster 14

Ocean View 26, Godinez 6

PACIFIC LEAGUE

Muir 34, Crescenta Valley 21

Pasadena 35, Burroughs 7

PACIFIC HILLS LEAGUE

Irvine 47, Dana Hills 28

Laguna Hills 10, Portola 0

PACIFIC VALLEY LEAGUE

Northwood 51, University 7

Woodbridge 28, Beckman 15

PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE

Buena 52, San Marcos 26

Channel Islands 23, Cabrillo 0

Santa Ynez 23, Ventura 7

PIONEER LEAGUE

Lawndale 34, West Torrance 0

North Torrance 26, South Torrance 20

Torrance 27, El Segundo 20

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

La Canada 48, Temple City 0

Monrovia 63, San Marino 13

Pasadena Poly 28, South Pasadena 9

RIVER VALLEY LEAGUE

Arlington 10, Hillcrest 0

Norte Vista 26, Ramona 10

Patriot 40, La Sierra 7

SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE

Eisenhower 55, Colton 0

Summit 58, Grand Terrace 24

SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE

Claremont 43, Don Lugo 7

West Covina 35, Chaffey 14

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE

Downey 39, Dominguez 7

Warren 40, Paramount 6

SEA VIEW LEAGUE

El Toro 31, Capistrano Valley 21

Trabuco Hills 30, Aliso Niguel 14

SIERRA LEAGUE

Covina 42, Rowland 3

SKYLINE LEAGUE

Rialto 34, Bloomington 24

Rim of the World 56, Fontana 8

SOUTH COAST LEAGUE

Mission Viejo 45, Tesoro 3

San Clemente 16, San Juan Hills 10

SOUTH VALLEY LEAGUE

Nuview Bridge 21, California Military 0

SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE

Chaparral 55, Temecula Valley 27

Vista Murrieta 38, Great Oak 6

SUBURBAN LEAGUE

La Mirada 35, Norwalk 10

SUNBELT LEAGUE

Riverside North 41, Hemet 7

SUNKIST LEAGUE

Kaiser 52, San Gorgonio 0

SUNSET LEAGUE

Edison 28, Corona del Mar 20

Newport Harbor 45, Huntington Beach 27

TRINITY LEAGUE

Mater Dei 56, Santa Margarita 3

St. John Bosco 49, Orange Lutheran 25

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE

San Dimas 21, Los Altos 13

NONLEAGUE

Paraclete 34, Rancho Christian 14

St. Margaret’s 42, Capistrano Valley Christian 0

Village Christian 59, Glendale 39

Vista del Lago 69, Perris 12

Valley View 28, Riverside Notre Dame 18

Dymally 46, Hoover 0

Mira Costa 35, Washington Union (Fresno) 26

Saguaro (Ariz.) 24, Sierra Canyon 7

Whittier 28, Fairfax 7

 

L.A. CITY

CENTRAL LEAGUE

Marquez 41, Mendez 6

Maywood CES 40, Bernstein 14

COLISEUM LEAGUE

Crenshaw 55, View Park 0

Dorsey 35, Hawkins 0

Locke 18, Fremont 5

EAST VALLEY LEAGUE

Arleta 34, Sun Valley Poly 0

Chavez 40, Monroe 6

Verdugo Hills 21, Grant 18

EASTERN LEAGUE

Garfield 41, Legacy 9

South Gate 20, L.A. Roosevelt 16

EXPOSITION LEAGUE

Jefferson 46, Rivera 12

Manual Arts 48, Santee 38

MARINE LEAGUE

Carson 46, Narbonne 6

San Pedro 69, Gardena 0

METRO LEAGUE

New Designs Watts 52, Belmont 12

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Eagle Rock 56, L.A. Wilson 14

Franklin 47, Torres 0

Lincoln 49, L.A. Marshall 0

SOUTHERN LEAGUE

L.A. 67, West Adams 0

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Canoga Park 28, Granada Hills Kennedy 6

Reseda 53, Van Nuys 0

Sylmar 12, San Fernando 7

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

Birmingham 28, Granada Hills 0

Chatsworth 33, El Camino Real 30

WESTERN LEAGUE

Palisades 63, L.A. Hamilton 7

Venice 14, Westchester 13

NONLEAGUE

Panorama 38, Angelou 16

 

8 MAN

CIF-SS

Thacher 44, Santa Clara 6

Chadwick 52, Windward 35

Grace Brethren 61, Hillcrest Christian 0

L.A. CITY

Sotomayor 50, Animo Robinson 12

 

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Whicker: Dodgers’ margin of error disappears, but they’ve handled that before

LOS ANGELES — This would have been Clayton Kershaw’s game. Or Dustin May’s. Or, if not for a series of unfortunate events, Trevor Bauer’s.

Instead, the Dodgers will try to extend this season with a pitching plan that Manager Dave Roberts did not divulge Monday night, either because he didn’t know what this 1-0, Game 3 loss did to the original plan, or because he didn’t want to tell the San Francisco Giants that they would see Walker Buehler two nights before they were supposed to.

They probably won’t be surprised. They never are.

Buehler pitched in San Francisco on Friday night. He has not performed on three days’ rest in his career, and this season he carried 207-2/3 innings into the playoffs.

But then the Giants got the final six outs from rookie Camilo Doval, and he hadn’t done that before either.

Precedent isn’t particularly meaningful when the Dodgers, the only National League team to average five runs in 2021, have been blanked twice in the first three games of this series.

Roberts admitted to “frustration” as the Giants kept playing Whack-A-Mole with nearly every hard-hit ball. The signature play came from shortstop Brandon Crawford, who skied to snag Mookie Betts’ line drive with two on and two outs in the seventh inning.

But Donovan Solano, who came in to play second base when Tommy La Stella’s Achilles tightened up, also ranged to his left to retire AJ Pollock for the first out in the seventh.

And the winds, apparently imported from Candlestick Point in San Francisco where an infuriating old ballpark once stood, made it typical for a home run-dependent team to hit home runs.

The final hitter, Gavin Lux, watched his squared-up shot hit the wall of wind and get tracked down by Steven Duggar. Roberts thought it was gone, and Giants third baseman Evan Longoria admitted his “heart sank” when he saw the trajectory.

“Those winds were super strange for L.A.,” said Giants manager Gabe Kapler, a graduate of Taft High in Woodland Hills.

Only Longoria brought a big enough hammer to pierce the gusts and reach the seats, as he did on a straight, 0-and-2 fastball from Max Scherzer in the fifth.

Most of the day the Dodgers acted as if Tony Gonsolin, a spot starter for most of the season, would be the leader of the pitching parade in Game 4. That, of course, was before they lost Game 3. They only used Blake Treinen and Kenley Jansen for one inning apiece, and there is an off-day between Tuesday and a potential Game 5 in San Francisco.

But you’d rather have Buehler, who was second in the National League in innings, third in ERA, seventh in strikeouts and fourth in WHIP.

“I think he’s going to throw the ball pretty well,” Dodgers first baseman Albert Pujols said, even though no one had announced Buehler would be going. “I know he’s coming in on short rest, but I think he’s going to be pretty excited.”

In 2014, Vanderbilt needed Buehler to imitate a relief pitcher in a College World Series game against UC Irvine. Buehler struck out seven in 5-1/3 no-hit innings. It is not ideal, but it’s hard to believe Roberts would go into such an emergency situation and leave Buehler behind.

The Giants have Anthony DeSclafani, a well-rested starter, locked in for Game 4. He went 13-7 in 2021 with a 3.17 ERA, but he was 0-3 with a 7.33 ERA with six home runs allowed in six starts against the Dodgers. Much of that ERA is weighted by a 10-run, 2 2/3-inning outing on May 23, and he did throw six scoreless innings against them the last time he faced them.

If that doesn’t work they can lean on Logan Webb, who snake-charmed the Dodgers in Game 1, against Julio Urias in a winner-take-all Game 5 on Thursday. Urias would be pitching on his regular schedule.

Is that how it ends for a team that won 106 regular-season games? Maybe, but then the Dodgers have learned how to deal with the brink.

They needed Chris Taylor’s home run to get past the St. Louis Cardinals in the wild-card game last week. They trailed Atlanta, 3-1, in last year’s NL Championship Series and wound up winning, with Buehler excelling in his Game 6 start.

Much of this team remembers 2018 in Milwaukee, when Buehler started Game 7 and Kershaw finished it, and the Dodgers won that NLCS.

Roberts seems to think the Line Drive Gods will intervene for the Dodgers and place baseballs outside the reach of San Francisco’s defensive octopus. After Alex Wood left the game with two outs in the fifth inning, the Dodgers had a shot at three Giants relievers, sent up 16 batters who struck out only three times, and still got nothing. They ended the game with no extra-base hits.

The enormity of the night and the obvious reluctance to face the aftermath of such a sudden defeat will put a fearsome game face on every Dodger. That’s yet another reason to use a guy like Buehler. He rarely leaves home without his.

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High school football: All of the scores from Friday’s Week 7 games


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All of the scores from the CIF-SS and L.A. high school football games on Friday, Oct. 8.

FRIDAY’S SCORES

CIF-SS

ALMONT LEAGUE

Bell Gardens 28, Montebello 7

Schurr 42, Alhambra 22

AMBASSADOR LEAGUE

Ontario Christian 48, Arrowhead Christian 7

BASELINE LEAGUE

Chino Hills 20, Rancho Cucamonga 6

Upland 27, Damien 22

BAY LEAGUE

Culver City 42, Redondo 13

Palos Verdes 33, Mira Costa 0

Peninsula 42, Santa Monica 0

BIG VIII LEAGUE

Eastvale Roosevelt 42, King 6

Norco 55, Corona 13

CANYON LEAGUE

Simi Valley 42, Royal 6

CHANNEL LEAGUE

Oxnard 21, Dos Pueblos 14

Pacifica 24, Santa Barbara 21

Rio Mesa 35, Lompoc 31

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE

Beaumont 59, Redlands 0

Cajon 42, Yucaipa 6

Citrus Valley 57, Redlands East Valley 7

CITRUS COAST LEAGUE

Fillmore 60, Carpinteria 0

Nordhoff 21, Santa Paula 14

CROSS VALLEY LEAGUE

Riverside Prep 24, Vasquez 12

Webb 33, Silver Valley 30

DEL REY LEAGUE

Salesian 57, Harvard-Westlake 35

St. Anthony 37, Mary Star 14

DEL RIO LEAGUE

El Rancho 50, Whittier 21

DESERT EMPIRE LEAGUE

Palm Desert 37, La Quinta 0

Rancho Mirage 21, Palm Springs 19

Xavier Prep 20, Shadow Hills 7

DESERT SKY LEAGUE

Barstow 46, Adelanto 44 (2OT)

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

Cathedral City 52, Banning 16

Desert Hot Springs 46, Desert Mirage 7

Indio 16, Yucca Valley 15

Twentynine Palms 15, Coachella Valley 14

EMPIRE LEAGUE

Cypress 35, Tustin 27

Pacifica 45, Valencia 42

Kennedy 21, Crean Lutheran 17

FOOTHILL LEAGUE

Saugus 28, Hart 6

Valencia 52, Canyon Country Canyon 0

West Ranch 37, Golden Valley 14

FREEWAY LEAGUE

La Habra 50, Fullerton 3

Sunny Hills 41, Buena Park 6

Troy 50, Sonora 14

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Santiago 42, Loara 7

Los Amigos 21, Bolsa Grande 14

Rancho Alamitos 35, La Quinta 0

GOLD COAST LEAGUE

Campbell Hall 34, Rio Hondo Prep 27

GOLDEN LEAGUE

Highland 65, Lancaster 6

Palmdale 50, Eastside 0

Quartz Hill 25, Antelope Valley 6

IVY LEAGUE

Rancho Verde 50, Riverside Notre Dame 8

Temescal Canyon 21, Heritage 14

MIRAMONTE LEAGUE

Garey 47, Ganesha 41 (OT)

MISSION LEAGUE

Alemany 47, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 21

Bishop Amat 47, Cathedral 0

Serra 16, Chaminade 12

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE

Arroyo 42, South El Monte 6

El Monte 12, Mountain View 7

MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE

Apple Valley 63, Sultana 0

MOORE LEAGUE

Long Beach Jordan 21, Long Beach Wilson 20

Millikan 42, Compton 6

MOUNTAIN PASS LEAGUE

Citrus Hill 38, Perris 0

Tahquitz 28, West Valley 27 (OT)

MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUE

Miller 42, Rubidoux 14

OCEAN LEAGUE

Inglewood 59, Hawthorne 0

Leuzinger 56, Compton Centennial 0

Morningside 6, Beverly Hills 0

OLYMPIC LEAGUE

Cerritos Valley Christian 49, Village Christian 8

Whittier Christian 22, Maranatha 14

ORANGE LEAGUE

Magnolia 41, Santa Ana Valley 27

Savanna 34, Century 10

ORANGE COAST LEAGUE

Santa Ana 63, Saddleback 0

PACIFIC LEAGUE

Crescenta Valley 14, Burbank Burroughs 7

PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE

Buena 25, Santa Ynez 19

San Marcos 14, Channel Islands 0

Ventura 49, Lompoc Cabrillo 0

PIONEER LEAGUE

Lawndale 47, Torrance 0

North Torrance 18, El Segundo 13

West Torrance 28, South Torrance 7

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

Monrovia 42, Pasadena Poly 13

San Marino 52, Temple City 0

RIVER VALLEY LEAGUE

Hillcrest 59, La Sierra 6

Ramona 44, Arlington 14

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE

Downey 40, Paramount 0

Warren 61, Lynwood 6

SKYLINE LEAGUE

Bloomington 22, Fontana 6

SOUTH VALLEY LEAGUE

Nuview Bridge 48, Santa Rosa Academy 13

SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE

Chaparral 25,Murrieta Mesa 7

Murrieta Valley 42, Great Oak 7

Vista Murrieta 51, Temecula Valley 0

SUBURBAN LEAGUE

Mayfair 15, La Mirada 10

SUNBELT LEAGUE

Riverside North 40, Paloma Valley 22

SUNSET LEAGUE

Corona del Mar 35, Huntington Beach 8

Newport Harbor 49, Fountain Valley 0

TRINITY LEAGUE

Mater Dei 55, Orange Lutheran 16

St. John Bosco 44, JSerra 7

NONLEAGUE

Alta Loma 51, Rialto 22

Baldwin Park 43, Rowland 27

Camarillo 33, Paraclete 0

Chino 42, Walnut 10

Claremont 31, Covina 18

Dana Hills 56, Northwood 30

Don Lugo 21, South Hills 20

Elsinore 28, Hemet 7

Garden Grove 49, Glenn 0

Grand Terrace 30, Carter 7

Hueneme 39, Glendale 16

Irvine 35, Woodbridge 7

Laguna Hills 14, Beckman 13

Long Beach Poly 41, Aquinas 14

Montclair 35, Pioneer 0

Nogales 30, Azusa 6

Ocean View 36, Temecula Prep 16

Portola 49, Irvine University 0

San Juan Hills 66, Capistrano Valley 13

Segerstrom 35, Cerritos 6

Sierra Canyon 35, Westlake 0

St. Margaret’s 60, Castaic 20

Summit 14, Jurupa Hills 6

Trabuco Hills 35, Tesoro 31

Viewpoint 38, Bishop Montgomery 21

Villa Park 43, Esperanza 12

Westminster 36, Artesia 13

Yorba Linda 49, Canyon 20

Maywood CES 50, Hoover 21

Mission Viejo 38, La Mesa Helix 21

San Diego Mira Mesa 20, Moorpark 12

San Pedro 48, Lakewood 20

St. Francis 34, El Cajon Granite Hills 25

L.A. CITY

COLISEUM LEAGUE

Crenshaw 39, Fremont 6

Dorsey 55, View Park 0

Hawkins 42, Locke 0

EAST VALLEY LEAGUE

Grant 43, Monroe 8

North Hollywood 34, Chavez 12

Verdugo Hills 35, Sun Valley Poly 0

EASTERN LEAGUE

Huntington Park 30, Garfield 29

South East 42, Bell 7

South Gate 55, Legacy 19

EXPOSITION LEAGUE

Jefferson 26, Angelou 22

MARINE LEAGUE

Gardena 12, Narbonne 6

Banning 56, Carson 24

METRO LEAGUE

Dymally 44, New Designs Watts 0

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Franklin 28, Eagle Rock 21

Lincoln 57, L.A. Wilson 7

Torres 32, L.A. Marshall 0

SOUTHERN LEAGUE

Roybal 48, West Adams 0

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Canoga Park 43, Sylmar 0

Reseda 40, Panorama 10

San Fernando 42, Van Nuys 6

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

Birmingham 63, Taft 0

El Camino Real 24, Cleveland 14

Granada Hills 36, Chatsworth 19

WESTERN LEAGUE

L.A. Hamilton 14, Westchester 8

Palisades 35, L.A. University 0

NONLEAGUE

Belmont 22, Hollywood 18

Santee 48, Bernstein 8

 

8 MAN

CIF-SS

MT. PINOS LEAGUE

Thacher 44, Malibu 0

NONLEAGUE

Chadwick 36, Rolling Hills Prep 17

Trona 52, Noli Indian 0

L.A. CITY

VALLEY LEAGUE

North Valley Military Institute 40, Fulton 12

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Whicker: Dodgers’ beefed-up bullpen helps send them to NLDS

LOS ANGELES — Chris Taylor’s home run landed hard. Hard enough to spring the joyful playoff noise from Dodger Stadium for the first time since Game 1 of the 2019 National League Division Series.

Hard enough to justify Max Scherzer’s prediction that it would turn out exactly that way, that Cody Bellinger would draw a walk in the ninth inning and Taylor would bury Alex Reyes’ slider into the left field bleachers.

“I thought (Albert) Pujols would actually hit the home run,” third baseman Justin Turner said later, “and he almost did.”

The point is that key people in the Dodgers’ dugout knew it would end in the ninth and, for that matter, how it would end.

Taylor’s two-run shot finally subdued the Cardinals, 3-1, in one of the most involving games of any kind that the Dodgers have played in the Guggenheim era.

“I think we made them a little nervous,” said Adam Wainwright, the Cardinals’ starting pitcher. “But they were relentless. They were who they are.”

However, there was a calling card that landed even harder, and it should have resounded throughout the Bay Area, as the Dodgers and Giants prepare for a Golden best-of-five series that begins Friday night in San Francisco.

The real message of this victory is that the Dodgers are playing with a couple of full decks in their bullpen these days, and those who assume they can still hang around until the end and watch the Dodgers dissolve might be sadly mistaken.

This game was not supposed to be a job from the relievers, not with Max Scherzer performing. But Scherzer was all over the place in his 4-1/3 innings, throwing 94 pitches and watching Manager Dave Roberts come out with the hook.

Roberts extended his right hand and quickly realized the ball was not going to be placed in it. He instead shook hands with his right-hander and then plucked the ball out of Scherzer’s glove.

It went to a better place.

Joe Kelly got two outs in the fifth and stranded Paul Goldschmidt at third base. Brusdar Graterol faced four hitters and was back in the dugout in five pitches, getting three grounders and holding his stuff at 100 mph.

Blake Treinen, unaccustomed to getting five outs, did so. It was laborious, since he had to pop up Nolan Arenado with Tyler O’Neill on second. Corey Knebel, who was once a nuclear closer in Milwaukee, struck out Harrison Bader with two out in the eighth.

It all led up to Kenley Jansen, who struck out the side in the ninth. Tommy Edman, who played a fabulous game at both ends for the Cardinals, got his third hit and stole a base in the ninth, but Jansen fanned Goldschmidt and then cranked a high 94 mph fastball that O’Neill waved at. You could hear it pop Will Smith’s glove in Eagle Rock.

“In terms of having a lot of neutral guys, then, yeah, it’s probably as good as we’ve had,” Roberts said, referring to relievers who don’t mind which side of the plate the hitter occupies.

“They’ve been our backbone all year,” Justin Turner said. “I thought Max did a great job battling tonight, and then the guys came in and did what they always do.”

Roberts did some roster shuffling because this was a win-or-stay-home situation. He left David Price off the roster and he thought he might have to use Julio Urias. Instead, Urias was a cheerleader and can now work Game 2 in San Francisco without a problem on Saturday night. Walker Buehler is the Game 1 starter Friday night, and Scherzer can come back for Game 3 on Monday night at Dodger Stadium.

It’s basically what they wanted.

The bullpen has always been the foreboding theme for the Dodgers, with appropriate “Twilight Zone” music in the background whenever the innings begin to dwindle. Only two years ago Clayton Kershaw was involved in the bullpen mix. In 2017 Brandan Morrow was worked into exhaustion. In 2018, a wrenching seven-game NLCS with Milwaukee wore down the relievers, and even though they rallied to extend Game 3 of the World Series to 18 innings, there wasn’t much left, before or after.

On Wednesday the Dodgers were able to outlast the Cardinals’ distinguished bullpen without having to use either Alex Vesia or Phil Bickford. They all await another roster alteration before Game 1 at Oracle Park.

“I really thought the winner of this game would go on to win the World Series,” Wainwright said. “I think we got to see that we could compete with a great team in this atmosphere.”

But it takes years of bonding, through champagne and through silence, to develop the keen antennae for winning that the Dodgers have.

Taylor was told that Scherzer had predicted this Hollywood ending perfectly.

“Good call,” he said, smiling. But not a hard one.

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Whicker: Mater Dei puts a damper on the fireworks in beating St. John Bosco

BELLFLOWER — Mater Dei and St. John Bosco started their latest version of Armageddon the way we’ve come to expect. Every possession with a touchdown was like holding serve. Every possession without one was like getting lapped.

They got to halftime 21-21, and it would have been higher if not for some jumpy pre-snap activity, a dropped pass here and time, and a holding call that called back St. John Bosco’s touchdown pass to Chedon James.

“We don’t want shootouts,” said Joshua Hunter, the Mater Dei safety. “We want to do our thing.”

The thing got done in the second half, when the Monarchs turned it back into conventional warfare, with special teams work and field position ruling the day.

The handiwork of sophomore quarterback Elijah Brown was obviously a trigger for this 42-21 win. But Bosco had five possessions in the second half, was stopped on downs twice, punted twice, and ended the game in its own territory, aimlessly trying to make the score more presentable.

According to MaxPreps, this was the No. 1 team in America beating the No. 3 team, with the No. 8 team, Servite, looming on both teams’ schedules. Everyone expects the Monarchs and the Braves to do this again at the end of the CIF Southern Section playoffs. Unlike past years, there’s a palpable gap, and no obvious way to close it.

Mater Dei actually trailed, 21-14, late in the second quarter, but Brown tied it up within a minute and a half, hitting Connor Barkate  with an 18-yard touchdown.

The Braves got the ball after halftime, and Katin Houser threw incomplete on fourth and eight.

Brown connected with Cooper Barkate on a 31-yard touchdown to put the Monarchs up 28-21. Then came the reckoning.

Houser tried to hand off to Jabari Bates on the first play from scrimmage, and both Braves were hit immediately in the backfield by Malaki Te’o, a B-12 shot for the entire defense. The series went nowhere from there, and a shanked punt set up Brown on the Bosco 32-yard-line. That’s easy money for Brown, who hit Jack Ressler with the 19-yard score that put the Monarchs up by two touchdowns.

“That was the biggest sequence of the game,” said Mater Dei coach Bruce Rollinson.

The Braves’ offense was asked to climb mountains the entire night. Their most favorable drive start was the 25-yard-line, and the Monarchs downed one punt on the Braves’ 1-yard line. Much of that came from the supercharged leg of Chase Meyer.

“How he doesn’t have a scholarship offer is beyond me,” Rollinson said. “That’s the kicker’s life, I guess, but he’s quite a weapon.”

.Mater Dei took possession three times in Bosco territory and spun those chances into 21 points.

Matayo Uiagalelei, Bosco’s junior version of Rob Gronkowski, wasn’t allowed to change the game. To make sure of that, the Monarchs had to dedicate the impressive talents of linebacker David Bailey, which took him out of blitzing opportunities.

“We tried different guys on him, and we were always trying to put somebody on his nose and keep him from getting off the line of scrimmage,” Rollinson said.

But it didn’t seem to matter as long as defensive tackle Jacob Kongaika and as many as eight other D-linemen wore down the Braves up front, changing on the fly like a particularly large hockey line.

“It really helps, especially on the D-line,” Hunter said, “It helps our pressure on the quarterback. And we have a lot of trust in all of them.”

“That’s the strength of this team,” Rollinson said. “We’re so deep up front, and if you keep bringing fresh legs in there, it’s going to cost you. Bosco really battled up front. They’ve got a really good offensive line, but we’re bringing fresh guys against them. They’re all technique-savvy, and Steve Fifita, our defensive line coach, is the real deal. They’re motivated by him.

“We changed a few stunts at halftime, and our guys executed them well. But we talked at halftime about not giving away opportunities. We got them to punt once, and then we went offside, incomplete and we didn’t take advantage. You can’t do that against teams like this.”

The crowd jammed Bellflower Boulevard on the way into Panish Family Stadium, and fans stood outside the end zone fences to get a look. Despite the relentless build-up, the Monarchs generally acted like they’ve been here before, which they have.

“Coming into my senior year, I’ve got to settle down and enjoy these moments,” Hunter said. “I was glad to see our young guys, getting to experience a big game. I was proud of them. They stepped up.”

Someone in the Mater Dei section brought a sign that read, “You Think You Can Beat Us? Now, THAT’S fantasy football.”

Beating the Monarchs might not be beyond imagination, but hallucinogens would surely help.

 

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Dodgers hit 4 home runs in 8th inning to beat Padres

LOS ANGELES ― The Dodgers saved their best for last Wednesday night.

With four games left in the regular season, they’ll have to make it a recurring theme.

Trailing the San Diego Padres by three runs with six outs to go, the Dodgers hit four home runs in the eighth inning to complete a wild, come-from-behind 11-9 victory.

Home runs by Max Muncy, AJ Pollock, Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager pushed five runs across the plate, allowing the Dodgers to erase a 9-6 deficit. Seager’s two-run blast off right-hander Nabil Crismatt was the final dagger.

“Just trying to get the run in,” Seager said. “That was the only thought.”

The win allowed the Dodgers (102-56) to keep pace with the first-place San Francisco Giants (104-54) in the National League West standings.

The Giants beat the Arizona Diamondbacks, 1-0, earlier Thursday night. They lead the Dodgers by two games with four to play themselves, and their magic number to clinch the division title is down to three. The NL West runner-up will host the St. Louis Cardinals in the wild-card game on Oct. 6.

Pollock also homered in the first inning to give the Dodgers an early 4-0 lead. Mookie Betts began the Dodgers’ comeback from a 9-5 deficit with a solo home run in the seventh.

Seager went 3 for 5 with three RBIs. Pollock and Muncy each had two of the Dodgers’ 12 hits. Trea Turner extended his hitting streak to 15 games with an RBI single in the first inning.

Justin Turner came off the bench to hit a double in the eighth inning ahead of Seager’s game-winning blast. Turner’s 357-foot fly ball clanged off the left-field wall, falling a few feet shy of a five-homer inning.

David Price (5-2) was credited with the victory after pitching a scoreless eighth inning, and Kenley Jansen tossed a perfect ninth to convert his 37th save. The Dodgers have won eight consecutive games against the Padres (78-80).

This one will be remembered for a homer-happy inning unlike any other.

“That was a crazy inning,” Bellinger said, “maybe the craziest I’ve been a part of.”

After blowing leads of 4-0 and 5-1 early, the Dodgers saw the Padres rough up starter Max Scherzer for six runs (five earned) in 5⅓ innings. In the seventh inning, San Diego scored three more runs against Brusdar Graterol to take a 9-5 lead.

The same Padres team that committed two errors in the field just one day earlier turned the tables against Scherzer. The right-hander threw 97 pitches and induced only nine swing-and-misses.

For Scherzer, his last two starts amount to a rare lapse of dominance. He’s allowed five earned runs in back-to-back outings. He began the day with a 2.28 ERA, best in the National League, but now trails Milwaukee’s Corbin Burnes, 2.46 to 2.29.

“He just didn’t have good command,” Manager Dave Roberts said of Scherzer. “At times the curveball was good. The cutter and changeup just weren’t commanded. He’s picked us up many times over. We picked him up.”

In what might have been his final start of the regular season, Scherzer also went 0 for 2 at the plate. He has failed to reach base in any of his 61 plate appearances this season, which would break the previous record held by Wei-Yin Chen.

On a night when hard contact was easy to come by for the Padres, the Dodgers’ defense was porous. San Diego tied the score at 5-5 in the fourth inning when Seager allowed a routine ground ball to glance off his glove, turning the potential third out into an unearned run. Chris Taylor flubbed an easy ground ball earlier in the same inning.

The Dodgers’ most costly error was officially recorded as a triple off the bat of Wil Myers in the sixth inning. It came at the expense of Gavin Lux.

Lux, making his sixth career start in center field, took his eye off Myers’ deep fly ball at the last second. He dropped the ball then crashed violently into the wall.

Lux sustained a neck stinger, Roberts said, and will be re-evaluated Thursday morning. He was replaced by Bellinger, whose defense in center field has been steady.

Bellinger’s bat is another story. He began the day hitting .158, the lowest batting average of any hitter with at least 300 plate appearances this season. He ended the day by treating the announced home crowd of 45,366 to a game-tying home run.

“He’s in a good place mentally, a good place physically,” Roberts said of Bellinger. “He was ready when called upon. His teammates were really excited for him.”

The teams will play once more Thursday as the Dodgers attempt to catch the Giants. A wild card berth would end their streak of division titles at eight.

Seager Smash for the lead!

The @Dodgers hit 4 homers in the 8th!!!! pic.twitter.com/wqHOFHSSFj

— MLB (@MLB) September 30, 2021

A Belli 💣 ties the game in LA! pic.twitter.com/Flthm4G83S

— MLB (@MLB) September 30, 2021

Muncy starts the inning off with a bang ⚡ pic.twitter.com/s2nJzJhlzt

— SportsNet LA (@SportsNetLA) September 30, 2021

“Its special, that team in there has got a lot of fight in them.” @coreyseager_5 on the #Dodgers electric 5-run eighth inning. pic.twitter.com/5vQrJNbI5b

— SportsNet LA (@SportsNetLA) September 30, 2021

Win 102.

The reigning champs are ready for October. pic.twitter.com/9aTIgQQzMV

— MLB (@MLB) September 30, 2021

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High school football: All of the scores from Friday’s Week 5 games


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All of the scores from the CIF Southern Section and L.A. City high school football games on Friday.

CIF SOUTHERN SECTION

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

Cathedral City 28, Indio 21

Coachella Valley 48, Banning 6

Yucca Valley 28, Desert Hot Springs 0

GOLDEN LEAGUE

Highland 41, Eastside 0

Lancaster 52, Littlerock 6

Palmdale 34, Antelope Valley 0

Quartz Hill 32, Knight 18

MIRAMONTE LEAGUE

Bassett 34, Garey 27

Ganesha 49, La Puente 42

MOORE LEAGUE

Lakewood 23, Long Beach Jordan 19

Long Beach Poly 42, Millikan 28

Long Beach Wilson 54, Long Beach Cabrillo 0

SOUTH VALLEY LEAGUE

California Military 21, St. Jeanne de Lestonnac 7

NONLEAGUE

Servite 42, La Mesa Helix 7

Mater Dei 58, La Mirada 7

Mission Viejo 55, Leuzinger 14

San Clemente 21, Murrieta Valley 20

JSerra 44, Newport Harbor 0

El Dorado 24, Sonora 6

Capistrano Valley 38, Cypress 28

El Toro 28, Tesoro 27

El Modena 35, Canyon 0

Dana Hills 43, University 0

Portola 28, Northwood 24

St. Anthony 43, Marina 27

Trabuco Hills 38, Segerstrom 14

Esperanza 21, Santa Fe 17

Garden Grove 50, Los Amigos 0

Pacifica 42, Brea Olinda 39

Irvine 36, Beckman 0

Capistrano Valley Christian 35, Bosco Tech 8

Aliso Niguel 44, Fountain Valley 15

Anaheim 39, Santiago 28

Kennedy 48, Costa Mesa 13

La Sierra 22, Saddleback 14

Laguna Beach 42, Calvary Chapel/SA 7

Laguna Hills 20, Woodbridge 17

Agoura 25, Calabasas 6

Alemany 28, Lawndale 0

Alta Loma 35, Los Osos 31

Anza Hamilton 40, Whittier Christian 2

Aquinas 53, Notre Dame/Riverside 0

Desert Christian/BD 49, Maranatha 14

Beverly Hills 28, Firebaugh 14

Bishop Amat 53, Damien 28

Baldwin Park 57, South El Monte 7

Burroughs/Burbank 21, Harvard-Westlake 20

Cajon 28, Rancho Cucamonga 27

California 54, Don Lugo 0

Campbell Hall 56, Heritage Christian 22

Canyon Springs 16, Arlington 6

Chino Hills 41, Chino 0

Centennial 63, Citrus Valley 20

Dos Pueblos 17, San Marcos 7

Downey 25, Hart 14

Eastvale Roosevelt 37, Chaparral 14

El Rancho 34, Norwalk 7

El Segundo 28, Mary Star 27

Glendora 35, Diamond Ranch 0

Grand Terrace 36, Miller 29

Granite Hills 26, Hesperia 12

Hawthorne 48, Glenn 34

Hueneme 38, Oak Park 28

Inglewood 44, Palos Verdes 7

Jurupa Hills 47, Colony 12

La Quinta 50, Bloomington 8

La Serna 36, Culver City 15

Loyola 34, Mira Costa 31

Mayfair 40, Northview 28

Monrovia 36, San Dimas 17

Moreno Valley 28, Chaffey 12

Muir 6, Cathedral 2

Norte Vista 21, Redlands 0

North Torrance 42, Nordhoff 6

Ontario 16, Wilson/HH 14

Orange Vista 39, Vista del Lago 21

Paraclete 42, Castaic 7

Ramona 42, Corona 35

Redondo 20, West Torrance 7

Rio Mesa 23, Camarillo 21

Riverside Prep 21, Arrowhead Christian 14

Rowland 24, Nogales 21

Salesian 53, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 13

San Gabriel 35, Temple City 14

San Gorgonio 34, Perris 22

Santa Paula 47, Rancho Christian 30

Serrano 42, Victor Valley 6

Sierra Canyon 35, Norco 21

Silverado 27, King 21

South Torrance 52, Santa Monica 20

St. Bonaventure 65, Crespi 13

St. Francis 45, Los Altos 20

St. Monica 24, Pomona 6

Sultana 7, Riverside Poly 0

Summit 45, Murrieta Mesa 7

Thousand Oaks 20, Newbury Park 19

Torrance 35, Bishop Montgomery 13

Trinity Classical Academy 50, Alhambra 33

Valencia 15, Westlake 13

Viewpoint 40, El Monte 0

Walnut 13, Montclair 6

West Valley 16, Indian Springs 8

La Quinta 45, Century 16

Bakersfield Stockdale 10, Moorpark 7

Blythe Palo Verde Valley 34, Barstow 16

Fillmore 56, Santa Maria 21

Morningside 28, L.A. 22

Oaks Christian 44, Birmingham 0

Royal 34, Atascadero 6

San Luis Obispo Mission Prep 51, Carpinteria 0

San Pedro 21, Heritage 16

Santa Maria St. Joseph 28, St. Margaret’s 27

St. Paul 28, Santa Maria Righetti 21

St. Pius X-St. Matthias 63, Gardena 0

L.A. CITY

EAST VALLEY LEAGUE

Arleta 41, Monroe 0

Grant 19, Chavez 12

North Hollywood 52, Sun Valley Poly 13

EASTERN LEAGUE

Garfield 55, South East 7

L.A. Roosevelt 38, Huntington Park 13

South Gate 36, Bell 0

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Canoga Park 41, San Fernando 0

Panorama 21, Sylmar 0

Reseda 21, Granada Hills Kennedy 13

NONLEAGUE

Bernstein 22. Angelou 14

Dorsey 56, Jefferson 0

Dymally 52, Manual Arts 0

Franklin 46, Crenshaw 35

Fremont 40, L.A. Marshall 16

Marquez 40, View Park 13

Maywood CES 22, Torres 6

Mendez 54, Roybal 2

New Designs Watts 62, Locke 6

Santee 48, Hollywood 0

Taft 35, Contreras 27

Verdugo Hills 34, Van Nuys 8

Washington 42, Rivera 0

Banning 56, El Camino Real 13

8 MAN

CIF-SS

NONLEAGUE

Academy of Careers & Exploration 44, Cornerstone Christian 12

Avalon 47, Villanova Prep 7

Cuyama Valley 60, La Verne Lutheran 42

Faith Baptist 30, Leadership Military 14

Hesperia Christian 48, Lancaster Baptist 7

Santa Maria Valley Christian 64, Laguna Blanca 24

Lone Pine 46, Lancaster Desert Christian 40

Milken 60, Fulton 14

USC Hybrid 32, Malibu 19

L.A. CITY

CITY LEAGUE

Sotomayor 50, Animo Robinson 8

 

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Emmys 2021: ‘The Crown’ takes 7 awards including best drama, while ‘Ted Lasso’ scores 4 including best comedy

“The Crown” conquered the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday with seven wins including outstanding drama and all four acting categories, while “Ted Lasso” finished second with four Emmys including outstanding comedy.

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“Thank you, the Television Academy; thank you, Netflix; thank you, Sony,” said creator Peter Morgan, who appeared virtually with most of “The Crown” cast and creators in England where it was just after 4 a.m. Monday when the best drama award was announced.

“Thanks … this lot,” said Morgan, who earlier won best writing for a drama, smiling broadly at the cheering crew around him in the room. “We’re going to have a party now. I’m lost for words and I’m very, very grateful.”

Olivia Colman won best actress for “The Crown” for her role as Queen Elizabeth, while Josh O’Connor won best actor for his work as Prince Charles. Earlier, Tobias Menzies and Gillian Anderson won the supporting actor and actress awards for portrayals of Prince Phillip and Margaret Thatcher.


In this video grab issued Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021, by the Television Academy, the team of “Ted Lasso” accept the award for outstanding comedy series during the Primetime Emmy Awards. (Television Academy via AP)

In comedy, Jason Sudeikis won best actor for “Ted Lasso,” which ended up with four Emmys, including best supporting actor and actress for Brett Goldstein and Hannah Waddingham, while Jean Smart was the winner of best actress for a comedy series for her work in “Hacks.”

“Mare of Easttown” and “The Queen’s Gambit” split the top categories for limited series, anthologies or movies. Kate Winslet won best actress in the title role of “Mare of Easttown,” which won three overall, while “The Queen’s Gambit” won two awards including outstanding limited series.

“Anya Taylor-Joy, what can I say, you brought the sexy back to chess,” said William Horberg, producer of “The Queen’s Gambit.” “And you inspired a generation of young  women and girls to realize the patriarchy has no defense against our queens.”

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