Lincoln-Stockton 34, Berkeley 16: The Yellowjackets contained USC commit Justin Davis for the most part, but it was big plays from the Trojans passing game, and some Berkeley miscues -- including seven fumbled snaps -- that led to the home loss.

"We can't make mistakes like this against a good team like this. There's no excuse for it," Berkeley coach Fred Sims said. "They're a talented team, but we're talented too. We just have to match the other team's discipline. We're young and I hope we learn."

Until a 42-yard touchdown run early in the fourth, Davis had just two runs of more than eight yards, but his biggest run made it 27-10, and pretty much put the game away.

The Yellowjackets (0-2) had just stopped Lincoln-Stockton (2-1) on downs, turning that into a Sam Boyden 26-yard field goal to get within 21-10, but the visitors needed just eight plays to go 80 yards to respond with a touchdown.

It was their second scoring drive of 80 or more yards as the Trojans converted multiple third downs through the air and scored twice in the air.

Berkeley tied the game at 7-7 early in the second after a Hiram Hariston 3-yard run, but the two scoring strikes followed.

Lincoln-Stockton 34, Berkeley 16

Lincoln          7          14          0          13--          34

Berkeley          0          7          3          6--          16

L -- Campbell 19 run (Ayala kick)

B -- Hariston 3 run (Boyden kick)

L -- Bickely 35 pass from Greenlee (Ayala kick)

L -- Alexander 22 pass from Grenlee (Ayala kick)

B -- Boyden 36 FG

L -- Davis 42 run (kick blocked)

L -- Campbell 21 run (Ayala kick)

B -- Bordelon 34 punt return

Rushing: L -- Davis 19-149, Campbell 5-81, Grace 2-29, Palmer 3-7. Totals 29-266. B -- Borderlon 6-66, Adams 6-35, Hariston 6-22, Smith 9-10, Thomas 1-6. Totals 28-139. Passing: L -- Greenlee 10-21-0-177. B -- Smith 11-21-0-173. Receiving: L -- Vega 3-66, Alexander 3-40, Bickely 2-49, Washington 2-22. B -- Borderlon 3-86, Walker 2-31, Garcia 2-20, A. Stewart 2-8, Nelson 1-15, Dennis 1-13. Fumbles/lost: Lincoln-Stockton 1/1, Berkeley 8/1. Records: Lincoln-Stockton 2-1, Berkeley 0-2.