• Los Angeles Times
    Magnolia at Western, 7 p.m. Whittier at Bellflower, 7 p.m. Workman at Keppel, 7 p.m. University Pathways at North Valley Military Institute, 3 p.m. Coastal Christian at Coast Union, 5 p.m. Calvary Baptist at Blair,
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    BANNING >> Long regarded as a most unique character in Inland-area high school football, John Tyree is now unique for a different reason — one he doesn’t exactly enjoy discussing. At 82 years young, Tyree — the first-year coach at Banning High School — is believed to be the oldest head football coach in CIF State history,
  • Los Angeles Times
    Lompoc Cabrillo at Lompoc, 7 p.m. Santa Maria Righetti at Camarillo, 7 p.m. St. John Bosco at Chesapeake (Va.) Smith, 4 p.m. PT Sylmar vs. Morningside at Coleman Stadium (Inglewood), 7 p.m. Venice at Newbury Park,
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Carmona had 500 yards of total offense and accounted for seven touchdowns as the Giants beat Pomona for the first time in more than a quarter of a century.
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    FONTANA >> It was a no-brainer decision for Summit football coach Nick Matheny. Trailing by 13 points in the third quarter, Matheny passed up a 39-yard field goal attempt when a North penalty made a fourth-and-7 into a fourth-and-2 at the 17. The SkyHawks ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    There are some intriguing matchups this week, including a pair of rivalry games on Saturday night: Riverside Poly vs, King and San Dimas vs. Bonita.
  • NASCAR wants to race at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum next season. Not in the parking lot, inside the stadium.
  • Los Angeles Times
    Cuyama Valley at Richardson Park (New Cuyama), 7 p.m. Bell at San Pedro, 7 p.m. Canoga Park at Cleveland, 7 p.m. Chatsworth at North Hollywood, 7 p.m. Contreras at Angelou, 7 p.m. Dymally at Gardena,
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    The penalties and turnovers were even but Chino Hills doesn’t have a Jordan Napier. Napier accounted for four touchdowns as Jurupa Hills dominated the second half en route to a 37-17 victory over Chino Hills in a nonleague game on Friday night.
  • Earle averaged over 110 all-purpose yards and a touchdown per game in Texas 5A football during his last three years at Aledo High School. The freshman was listed as a co-starter at “H” (slot) receiver and punt returner,
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