OAKS CHRISTIAN 43, SIMI VALLEY 15
At Oaks Christian
Oaks Christian: Chase Gardella was Player of the Week with a 78-yard catch, 50 yards passing and 29 yards rushing. He also had a key block on Connor Cook's TD run of 40 yards.
Simi Valley: Quarterback Robert Stephen had 27 carries for 88 yards and a 3-yard TD run. He also completed 20 of 35 passes for 155 yards and a touchdown throw to Davis Pinkston for 10 yards. Pinkston caught six passes for 75 yards and Derek Lance caught eight for 45 yards. Kenny Daugherty had 12 tackles followed by Michael Randolph with eight and Brandon Tennant and Pinkston each with seven. Dillon Daste had five solo tackles, all coming in the second half when Simi held Oaks scoreless. Simi's other two points came when Oaks Christian took a safety in the third quarter after being forced to punt from the 4-yard line. Simi is 5-3 and 4-3.
WESTLAKE 41, NEWBURY PARK 14
Westlake: The Warriors stayed unbeaten in Marmonte League behind the offensive play of Tommy Gonzales, Tyler Sauvegeau, Justin Fabiculanan, Zach Morris, Evan Yeager, Coleman Hair, Andrew Sherwood, Alex Lux, Sean Haney, Lucas Brinton and Christopher Klifman. Morris had 18 carries for 205 yards and three touchdowns. The Westlake defense was led by Kevin Farmer, Lucas Brinton, Joe Garcia, Austin Goslin, Zack Miller, Rylee Lane and Coleman Hair. Hair and Farmer each had an interception. Special teams standouts were Adam Terrazas, Jonathan Weilbacher and Kevin Farmer. Farmer had a 60-yard punt return.
ST. BONAVENTURE 31, THOUSAND OAKS 7
St. Bonaventure: The Seraphs were effective on both sides of the ball to remain unbeaten in Marmonte League. Zach Hamrick, Jase Franke and Blayne Bennett were standouts on defense to hold Thousand Oaks to less than 30 yards rushing. Jesse Kelly also added an interception and made a 39-yard field goal. Tight end Corey Peck had three catches for 38 yards and a touchdown. Wideout Richard Lucero added four catches for 25 yards and a TD. Running back Marcus Chambers rushed for 123 yards on 18 carries with a touchdown. Quarterback Jordan Lunsford accounted for two passing and one rushing touchdowns.
AGOURA 20, CALABASAS 7
Agoura: Jacob Weinberger rushed for a TD. Kyle Whitney caught a touchdown pass from Jack Barmasse. Aaron Donnelly had a fumble recovery for a score. Trenton Eiberg played well on defense, including causing the fumble that was run back for a score.
OAK PARK 28, CARPINTERIA 9
Oak Park: The Eagles (1-1) stayed in the Tri-Valley championship race as Devin Mackey as ran for touchdowns (19, 31 and 50 yards) and caught a 39-yard pass. He accounted for 172 total yards. Tyler Chandler (44 yards) and Brandon Coppel 30 yards) provided additional running yards as the Eagles had 276 yards in offense. The Eagles defense limited the Warriors to 171 yards with one interception by Tyler Chandler and a fumble created by Miles Morrow. Oak Park tackled well and was led by Joe Bock (two solo, five assists), Mike Bornstein (two solo, four assists) and James McFadden (seven assists).
NORDHOFF 28, SANTA PAULA 6
At Santa Paula
Santa Paula: Jesus Castanon scored the first-ever touchdown for the Cardinals on their new field. Noah Magana and Jessie Castillo played well on offense. Christian Magana, Julio Nava and Luis Salgado played well on defense.
VENTURA 34, SANTA BARBARA 13
Ventura: The Cougars kept their Channel League championship hopes alive. Kyren Barrios ran for 73 yards on 11 carries and three touchdowns, including a 30- yard scoring run. Barrios also added kickoff returns of 43 and 30 yards. Tyler Peralta added 98 yards on nine carries. Brice Winans, starting his first game at QB, threw two touchdown passes, a 16-yarder to Colby Hays and a 17-yarder to Jack Peterson. Peterson also added four PATs. The Cougars forced five turnovers. Tanner Michalec, Dillon Brown, and Barrios all had interceptions. Wes Horten and Brown added fumble recoveries. Winans added two forced fumbles and Mike Lugo had two sacks. The defensive line of Jeremiah Penalosa, Eddy Rodriquez, Andrew Nyznk, Spencer White, David Rubalcava and Riles Stuart all played well. Riley Edison played well on special teams. The Cougars were able to play every player on the roster.
DOS PUEBLOS 29, BUENA 28
Buena: John O'Brien rushed for 101 yards and two TDs. Justice Martin added another 101 yards and a TD. Tyler Harbert had an 8-yard kickoff return for a TD. Patrick Wilson kicked four PATs. Harbert had four receptions for 46 yards, Damont Kirk had one for 18 yards and Tyler Bolton one for 4 yards. On defense, Joselle Lucas blocked a punt. Nick Meyer had an interception. Patrick Wilson and Harbert each had a fumble recovery.
OXNARD 41 CHANNEL ISLANDS 13
At Channel Islands
Oxnard: Santiago Calderon was 8-for-10 passing for 171 yards and five touchdowns in the second quarter. Eric Bryant rushed for 56 yards and caught three passes for 72 yards, including touchdowns of 35 and 10 yards. Danny Chavez rushed for a 20-yard touchdown and caught a 30-yard touchdown pass. Josh Cervantes caught a 31-yard touchdown pass and Adam Herrera caught a 6-yard touchdown pass. Andrew Valenzuela had 12 tackles and a forced fumble. Ryan Conte had an interception and was 5 for 6 on extra-point attempts. Ruben Ortiz and Josh Wright each forced and recovered a fumble. Jim Doria had 1 sacks. Oxnard is 7-1 and 3-0 in Pacific View League.
CAMARILLO 23, PACIFICA 0
Camarillo: Jonathan Meier threw for 140 yards and two TD passes to Tyler Waid. Justin Fontanille ran for a TD. The offensive line blocked well and the defense was led by Rory MacNeill, Jeffery Martinez and James Bain. Justin Donovan made two PATS and a 30-yard field goal.
Other scores: Moorpark 35, Royal 21; Santa Clara 53, Villanova 0; Bishop Diego 42, Grace Brethren 7; Malibu 20, Sage Hill 0; Rio Mesa def. Hueneme
VENTURA 39, SANTA BARBARA 10
At Santa Barbara
Ventura: Behind the blocking of Jared May, Andrew Beckman, Cole Haughton, Fuifui Fuimaono, Michael Lugo and Hayden Mortensen, Tyler Peralta rushed for five touchdowns. Peralta had TD runs of 3, 4, 15, 20 and 33 yards. A TD pass from Ben Sourwine to Alex Hurlbut and three PATs by Logan Sweet capped the Cougars scoring. The defense had three fumble recoveries by Haughton, Kuwesi Shakur and Keenan Moran. Ventura improved to 8-1, 3-0 in the Channel League.
BURROUGHS 24, OAK PARK 21
At Oak Park
Oak Park: Player of the Week Edon Bogamin completed 17 of 23 passes for 215 yards with one TD and one interception. He also rushed two times for 14 yards with a TD. Josh Katz had five carries for 19 yards, scored a TD and had 12 tackles. Griffin Hughes carried five times for 43 yards, caught a pass and had 12 tackles. Woody Cook caught five passes for 71 yards, scored a TD and made five tackles. Austin Bohn had 14 tackles.
WESTLAKE 35, NEWBURY PARK 21
Westlake: The Warriors remained unbeaten in the Marmonte League play by jumping out to a 35-14 halftime behind Weston Massett's five first-half touchdown passes. Massett connected with Jesse Cuccia on a 24-yard TD pass and with Noah Karras for a 17-yard TD. Jalen Harrison made a dynamic play on third-and-long, turning a short pass into a 47-yard TD. Andre Baccellia added two more TD receptions in the first half. Massett (14 for 20, 218 yards passing) credited the outstanding play of offensive linemen Zach Updike, Fred Wise, Cooper Weiss, Zak Kaplan and Justin Martinez for his performance. The defense was led by linebackers Jordan Hurless, Jesse Cuccia, Quincy Bennett and Reno Dubreuil and defensive lineman Hunter Mattox, John Rios, Joey Czarske and Jaryd Ramos.
ST. BONAVENTURE 33, THOUSAND OAKS 3
At Ventura College
St. Bonaventure: Ramone Harper and Noah Martinez rushed for 79 and 58 yards, respectively, each scoring twice. John McGill caught a 39-yard pass for a touchdown. The defense was led by Shumon Jones, Jacob Alonzo, Robert Gavia, Sam Guinto, McGill and Peter Lopez. Guinto had three tackles for losses and a fumble recovery. St. Bonaventure is 5-3.
CALABASAS 45, AGOURA 20
Calabasas: Joey Word had five receptions for 182 yards and four touchdowns. QB Adam Blythe completed 19 of 25 passes for 419 yards and six TDs. Tracy Booker had 16 carries for 98 yards. Vince Corona had 4 sacks. Player of the Game was Giancarlo Marroquin, who had 101 yards receiving, six tackles and one interception returned 75 yards for a TD. Giancarlo's interception put Agoura away in the third quarter.
Other scores: Moorpark 20, Royal 14; Rio Mesa def. Hueneme; Oxnard 22, Channel Islands 13; Buena 42, Dos Pueblos 14