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The 2010 CIF-SS High School Football Championship Playoffs have kicked off under the lights on cool November nights. A few surprises and some big numbers lit up score boards throughout the Southern Section. Following are the first-round results from Thursday and Friday…
(Click on division names to see updated brackets.)
Crespi 28, Los Alamitos 14
We can look at that great photo all day and all night, but it won’t change the outcome. Truth is, the Celts stuck the Griffins’ offense back on their heels a few time in this game.
Read LA Times story.
Santa Margarita 49, Edison 3
Mission Viejo (10-0) 63, Long Beach Wilson (5-5) 34
The undefeated Diablos have a much tougher game next week when they face Santa Margarita (8-2).
Servite 41, Long Beach Jordan 14
The 10-0 Trinity League Champs meet Encino’s Crespi (7-3) in second-round.
Read about this game at OCVarsity.
Mater Dei 26, Long Beach Poly 10
Check out video and read the game recap on ESPN Preps.
Tesoro 31, Bishop Amat 21
The 7-3 Titans come from behind to stun the 9-1 Lancers.
Read the stunning story at San Gabriel Valley Tribune.
Alemany 27, Newport Harbor 7
At 10-0 Alemany is one of four undefeated teams moving on to the second-round.
Lakewood 24, San Clemente 7
Read about this tough Triton loss in Long Beach Press Telegram.
Tustin 75, Buena Park 20
The Tiller’s star RB Tyler Siudzinski rushed for over 240 yards in this route that was pretty much over by the second quarter. The junior has racked up over 1500 rushing yards this season.
Read OCVarsity game recap.
Cypress 63, San Juan Hills 37
Cypress (8-1) is one step closer to meeting Empire League rival Tustin (10-1) in the Finals. But first they have to get past La Habra (7-3).
El Toro 13, Canyon 3
Fullerton 48, Kennedy 41
Villa Park 33, Pacifica 14
Sonora 32, Foothill 14
La Habra 56, El Dorado 28
Read the recap from Whittier Daily News.
Laguna Hills 21, Valencia 7
The Hawks are still flyin – next up is Sonora. Read OCVarsity story.
Anaheim 27, Rancho Alamitos 14
Scrappy Anaheim (6-4) may be benefitting from their tough 2010 schedule. The fact that Anaheim was able to score 27 points against a stingy Rancho defense says a lot about their aggresive offense.
Garden Grove 49, Godinez 14
Northwood 22, Savanna 19
Beckman 56, Estancia 22
Read the recap at Daily Pilot.
Corona del Mar 21, Ocean View 13
The 8-1-1 Sea Kings move on to face Anaheim (6-4) in second-round play.
Read Daily Pilot story.
Woodbridge 35, Magnolia 27
Woodbridge (5-4-1) is at home against Garden Grove (9-1) next Friday.
Segerstrom 56, Calvary Chapel/SA 14
Loara 56, La Quinta 7
Whittier Christian 35 , Bell Gardens 9
Read Whittier Daily News story.
Boron 50, Saddleback Valley Chr. 7
Boron at 9-1 was just too much for 5-5 SVC.
Desert Christian 50, Fairmont Prep 6
EAST VALLEY DIVISION
Twentynine Palms 45, Sage Hill 27
Read the recap from San Bernardino Sun.
St. Margaret’s 17, Campbell Hall 10