Granada 35, Antioch 14: Javonn Williams got it done on both sides of the ball for Granada as his 91-yard interception return and 70-yard touchdown reception fueled the Matadors to their first win of the season as they beat Antioch.
Antioch got things started when quarterback Isaac Lewis connected with Kenneth Wilson for a 29-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter.
After a Casey Soltis 75-yard touchdown run -- Granada's second play from scrimmage -- the Panthers responded with an Iosefa Papalagi 8-yard touchdown reception, giving Antioch a 14-8 lead after the first quarter. Granada closed the first half with Williams' two scores.
Granada used a 15-play, 7:07 drive to start the second half, which finished with a Soltis 2-yard touchdown run giving the Matadors a 28-14.
Soltis notched his third touchdown of the game when Tyler Offill connected with him for a 48-yard strike making it 35-14 Granada late in the fourth quarter.
Williams finished with four receptions for 112 yards, and Soltis compiled 137 yards on 10 carries. Jacob Shinnick added 53 yards on 11 carries.
-- Erik Stordahl, correspondent
Kennedy-Fremont 38, Mt. Eden 14: The visiting Titans (1-1) scored three touchdowns in the first quarter and didn't look back in a nonleague win.
"We just wanted to come out and better ourselves and make up for what we did in the past," said Kennedy junior Kaleem Abubakari, referring to last week's 18-13 loss to San Lorenzo in which the Titans allowed two fourth-quarter touchdowns. On Friday, Abubakari rushed for 109 yards and a touchdown in the first quarter, and finished with a career-high 204 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
Teammate Derek Slater added 126 yards rushing in the game and the first two touchdowns of the game. Kennedy led 22-0 at the end of the first quarter.
On the first play from scrimmage in the game, Abubakari ran for 45 yards to the Mt. Eden 5. Slater rushed up the middle for a touchdown on the next play, giving the Titans a lead they wouldn't relinquish.
Mt. Eden (1-1) was paced in rushing by Tookey Stevenson, who had 72 yards including a 48-yard touchdown.
-- Phil Jensen
Livermore 49, Hayward 0: The host Cowboys (1-1) capitalized on Hayward turnovers all night on their way to a big victory over the Farmers (0-2).
After Hayward fumbled away the opening kickoff, Cowboys' quarterback Travis Adams found Tim Harris on a 15-yard run and catch for an early 7-0 lead. Two possessions later, the Farmers turned the ball over again, and Harris found an opening for a 38-yard score and a 14-0 Livermore lead.
The Cowboys would then go to the air, extending their lead to 35-0 by halftime on a couple of touchdowns between Adams and Andrae Kasten on plays of 57 and 19 yards, respectively. Kasten would lead Livermore in receiving with 107 yards on four catches.
-- Matt Rempel, correspondent
Moreau Catholic 28, Piedmont 21: Jason Hinton had another monster game, rushing for 272 yards with scored three touchdowns and also made a game-clinching stop on defense as the host Mariners outlasted the Highlanders.
Hinton got the Moreau (2-0) offense going in the second off, breaking off an 87-yard run before scoring on a 23-yard pass from junior quarterback Lucas O'Rourke to give the Mariners a 21-14 lead heading into the final quarter. Piedmont quarterback Spencer Kim answered with a 17-yard touchdown on a keeper, but Hinton put Moreau back in front on a 62-yard scamper.
The Highlanders (0-2) drove to the Mariners 11 in the final minutes, but a sack and a penalty moved the ball back to the 37 where Kim's desperation pass into the end zone was batted down by Hinton to preserve the victory.
Piedmont sophomore Gabriel Watson had a huge night, running for 139 yards on 13 carries with two touchdowns and added 69 yards on four receptions. Kim threw for 171 yards on 11-for-27 passing.
-- Tony Gonsalez, correspondent
Northgate 45, San Marin-Novato 42: Jake Smith took a slant pass from quarterback Kyle Austin and outran the Mustangs defense on a 75-yard-touchdown pass with 10 seconds to play, lifting the host Broncos (2-0) to a victory over the Mustangs (1-1) and capping a wild final 2 minutes.
Smith's touchdown came on Northgate's first offensive play after San Marin quarterback Manny Wilkins threw his fifth touchdown pass of the game, to Vince Sbragia on a 19-yard strike with 31 seconds to go. Sbragia appeared to fumble the ball as he neared the goal line, but the ball bounced back to him, and he fell on it for the score that appeared to lift San Marin to an improbable win.
The Mustangs were down 38-28 Northgate running back Eric Haynes ran 39 yards for his fourth rushing touchdown with 2:01 to play. Haynes had rushed five times for 42 yards on the Broncos' previous drive, the final 3 for a touchdown that gave Northgate a 31-28 lead with 4:15 remaining. His next score came on the first play after the Broncos held San Marin on a fourth-and-3.
But Northgate's 10-point lead began to evaporate immediately. Wilkins found Isaak Leon all alone behind the Broncos' defense for a 75-yard touchdown pass on the San Marin's first offensive play after Haynes' touchdown. Vince Cerutti then recovered Jeff Walchli's onside camp, and Wilkins guided a three-play, 55-yard drive that ended with Sbragia's score.
-- Rick Hurd
Miramonte 36, St. Mary's 13: The host Matadors' quick-strike offense got a big day out of quarterback Drew Anderson, who threw for 337 yards and three touchdowns in a win over St. Mary's.
"He's got an arm and he understands the system we've put in place for him," Miramonte coach Jack Schram said of Anderson. "He's got free range to audible and we'll live with any decision he makes."
Dominic Paoletti, Will Fuller and Ryan Anderson all had touchdown catches as Paoletti had seven catches for 183 yards.
Leading 21-13 early in the fourth, the Matadors (1-1) struck fast, scoring on one play as Anderson hit Will Fuller for a 62-yard score to help put the game out of reach.
Ray Clark ran for over 100 yards and had two touchdowns for Miramonte (1-0) scoring on 22-yard run in the first quarter from 5-yards out in the third.
-- Matt Smith, correspondent
Newark Memorial 64, Arroyo 12: New Cougars coach Ralph Meredith got his first victory in rather empathetic fashion.
After a 38-6 drubbing at the hands of Dougherty Valley last week in the home opener, the Cougars (1-1), with three first-quarter touchdowns from running back Franco Nepal, simply manhandled the Dons (0-2) in their second home game.
The Cougars ran up a 36-6 lead in the first quarter. Nepal ran 52 yards on the first play from scrimmage and then, after a Dons fumble, ran 15 yards on their second play.
Marty Leggett ran 16 yards for the third Newark touchdown and Nepal ran 23 yards for another score with 6:12 left in the quarter. Quarterback Adriano Arroyo threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to King Slocum to complete the Cougars first quarter touchdown barrage.
-- Scott Strain, correspondent
Casa Grande-Petaluma 12, Heritage 7: John Porchivina scored from 4 yards out on fourth-and-1 in the fourth quarter to give visiting Casa Grande a victory over Heritage.
Porchivina's score came on the first play of the fourth quarter, culminating a 45-yard drive set up by a short punt. The Gauchos trailed 7-3 at halftime, but closed to within one point on a Matt Abramo 24-yard field goal near the end of the third quarter, and then took the lead for good on their ensuing possession.
-- Nate Smith, correspondent