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Week 6 LAC high school football

Week 6 Football Recap and scores ;
League play had officially started Friday and the majority of CIFLACS teams kicked off league schedules. Some key CIFLACS Matchups were; Central League Bernstein (4-1) against Torres (2-2), Coliseum League; Locke (4-1) against a Crenshaw (1-4), East Valley League: Undefeated Arleta (5-0, 2-0 league) visits Monroe (2-3, 1-1 league), Marine League:Carson (1-4) and San Pedro (4-1), Northern League: Lincoln (4-1) visits Marshall (2-3), Southern League: Jefferson (3-3) visited a Rivera (3-2) team, Valley Mission League: San Fernando (6-0, 2-0) face Panorama (1-4)West Valley League: Birmingham's (3-2) host Granada Hills, Western League: Palisades (4-1) face Fairfax (1-4).

Bernstein, off to a great start looked to continue their three game win streak against Torres who is coming off a big win last week. The game started off slow as no points were scored in the 1st quarter. Things became interesting as the Toros scored 12 points to the Dragons 6 points. The third quarter was a defensive battle as once again no points were scored. The fourth and last quarter was a battle as the Dragons outscored the Toros 13-6 to win 19-18.
Locke (4-1) had their hands full against a Crenshaw (1-4) team looking to make a statement after a tough intersectional schedule. Crenshaw got right to work as they crushed Locke 42-0. This game was a statement game, showing off that the Crenshaw Cougars were a force to be reckoned with

Undefeated Arleta (5-0, 2-0 league) visited Monroe (2-3, 1-1 league), who was coming off a tough loss to East Valley rival Verdugo Hills (1-4, 1-0 league). Unfortunately Monroe was unable to handle the Mustangs offense as the Mustangs scored 20+ points in the first and second quarters. The Mustangs did not take their foot off the peddle as they scored 14 more points in the third quarter. Winning 62-14.

Roosevelt (5-0, 1-0 league) is off to an impressive start, they hosted a good South Gate (4-2, 2-0 league) team who can score and whose two losses came by a combined 8 points. The Rough Riders showed that they are no joke. They came out shooting scoring 14 points in the first quarter. The Rams were able to put some points on the board but it wasn’t enough. The Rough Riders outscored the Rams to win big 35-19.

In typical fashion, two bitter rivals in Carson (1-4) and San Pedro (4-1) clashed to kickoff the very competitive Marine League. The Colts trying to stay in the win column came out shooting. They scored 21 points in the first half, while the Pirates kept it close by scoring 14 points. The Pirates tried to make a comeback but the Colts kept strong till the end and won 27-21.

Lincoln (4-1) visited Marshall 2-3) in what should have a been competitive Northern League matchup. The Lincoln Tigers had a different story in mind. The Tigers were able to hold Marshal to no points in the first half, while putting 16 points of their own on the board. Marshal finally got on the board in the third but was unable to score again as the Tigers won 23-7

Jefferson (3-3) looked to turn their season around after consecutive loses, they visited a Rivera (3-2) team that has impressed in their first season of Football. The Democrats took it to the Huskies giving the Huskies there second loss in a row and moved themselves back into the win column. They won 62-20.

San Fernando (6-0, 2-0) has not lost a game since a Double Overtime loss to Sylmar in Week 10 of 2012. They face a struggling Panorama (1-4) team that is hungry for an upset. The Panorama Pythons had lost last Friday and looked to get back on track. The Tigers did not take this game lightly. They scored big and crushed the Pythons 61-6. The second most points they have scored in a game this season.

Birmingham's (3-2) two losses have come to tough intersectional competition, they host a good Granada Hills team that played tough against Palisades last week. The Patriots coming off a loss last Friday looked to prove their critics wrong. By trying to beat a great competitor the Granada Hills Highlanders. They were able to put more points on the board than the Highlanders in the first quarter but the Highlanders came out hot and shooting in the second out scoring the Patriots 19-7. Defense was played throughout the third quarter as no points were put on the board by either team. The scores was 19-15 going into the fourth quarter. The Patriots were not able to make a comeback and lost 22-15.

Palisades (4-1) is off to an impressive start they faced a solid Fairfax (1-4) team that has shown great potential and toughness despite their record. This game was one for the books in an intense showdown. The score was tied 14-14 going into half time. The Fairfax Lions then came out with an offensive intensity scoring 14 points in the third to the Dolphins 7. The dolphins tried to make a comeback by scoring 14 in the fourth but came up just short as the Lions scored 8 more winning by one in a close thriller 36-35.

Here are more scores from week 6

Thursday, October 10th

Pac-8 (8 Man)
Annenberg (Los Angeles, CA) 2 Ivy Academia (Chatsworth, CA) 0 [forfeit]

Friday, October 11th

Central
Belmont (Los Angeles, CA) 21 Roybal (Los Angeles, CA) 18
Bernstein (Hollywood, CA) 19 Torres (Los Angeles, CA) 18
Contreras (Los Angeles, CA) 31 Hollywood (Los Angeles, CA) 21

Coliseum
Crenshaw (Los Angeles, CA) 42 Locke (Los Angeles, CA) 0
Dorsey (Los Angeles, CA) 39 Rancho Dominguez (Long Beach, CA) 0
Manual Arts (Los Angeles, CA) 50 West Adams (Los Angeles, CA) 7

East Valley
Arleta (CA) 62 Monroe (North Hills, CA) 14
Grant (Van Nuys, CA) 49 North Hollywood (CA) 28
Verdugo Hills (Tujunga, CA) 42 Chavez (San Fernando, CA) 32

Eastern
Bell (CA) 35 Jordan (Los Angeles, CA) 20
Garfield (Los Angeles, CA) 21 South East (South Gate, CA) 14
Roosevelt (Los Angeles, CA) 35 South Gate (CA) 19

Marine
Carson (CA) 27 San Pedro (CA) 21
Narbonne (Harbor City, CA) 53 Banning (Wilmington, CA) 2
Washington (Los Angeles, CA) 33 Gardena (CA) 27

Northern
Eagle Rock (Los Angeles, CA) 41 Franklin (Los Angeles, CA) 0
Lincoln (Los Angeles, CA) 23 Marshall (Los Angeles, CA) 7
Wilson (Los Angeles, CA) 34 Sotomayor (Los Angeles, CA) 14

Southern
Fremont (Los Angeles, CA) 23 Los Angeles (CA) 17
Jefferson (Los Angeles, CA) 62 Rivera (Los Angeles, CA) 20

Valley Mission
Canoga Park (CA) 52 Van Nuys (CA) 23
San Fernando (CA) 61 Panorama (Panorama City, CA) 6
Sylmar (CA) 47 Kennedy (Granada Hills, CA) 9

West Valley
El Camino Real (Woodland Hills, CA) 27 Chatsworth (CA) 7
Granada Hills (CA) 22 Birmingham (Van Nuys, CA) 15
Taft (Woodland Hills, CA) 52 Cleveland (Reseda, CA) 18

Western
Fairfax (Los Angeles, CA) 36 Palisades (Pacific Palisades, CA) 35
University (Los Angeles, CA) 30 Westchester (Los Angeles, CA) 14
Venice (Los Angeles, CA) 49 Hamilton (Los Angeles, CA) 0

Non-league
Douglass (Los Angeles, CA) 21 Hawkins (Los Angeles, CA) 6
Legacy (South Gate, CA) 21 Sun Valley (CA) 19

Intersectional
St. Bernard (Playa del Rey, CA) 28 Marquez (Huntington Park, CA) 9

Pac-8 (8 Man)
Bright Star (Los Angeles, CA) 38 Discovery (Pacoima, CA) 0
Fulton (Van Nuys, CA) 64 Animo Robinson (Los Angeles, CA) 16
Sherman Oaks CES (Reseda, CA) 56 East Valley (North Hollywood, CA) 18