The Heritage High football team couldn't keep up with host James Logan's high-powered offense Friday night in a nonleague game.

The Patriots (0-4) watched Logan (4-0) score the first 35 points in a 48-14 loss. Logan quarterback Jeffrey Prothro threw five touchdown passes in the first three quarters.

Leading 21-0 early in the third quarter, Prothro found Kavoin Augustine for a 53-yard touchdown pass, then connected with Damond Beasley for a 46-yard touchdown on a screen pass to give the Colts a 35-0 lead with 8:11 left in the quarter.

In the first half alone, Amalani Fukofuka had 109 yards and three touchdowns on six catches, Prothro had 153 yards passing, and Beasley and Warren Miles Long combined for 86 yards rushing.

Logan took a 7-0 lead midway through the first quarter as Prothro found Fukofuka for an 18-yard touchdown pass. In the second quarter, the two hooked up again, this time on a 34-yard score with 4:22 to go in the half.

The Colts went up by 21 just before halftime as Fukofuka caught a 3-yard touchdown with 9.4 seconds left.

Heritage quarterback Anthony Carter was 15 of 24 passing for 188 yards and a touchdown. His top target was Nick Zalec, who caught four passes for 92 yards. Teammate Mason Sargent caught four passes for 38 yards.

The Patriots struggled on the ground with just 43 yards.

Heritage's first score came on a 5-yard quarterback keeper by Carter that capped an eight-play, 74-yard drive and cut the Logan lead to 35-7 with 4:34 left in the third quarter.

The Patriots' other score was a 13-yard pass from Carter to Nicolas Calegari with 7:14 to play that made it 41-14.

Heritage's defense was no match for Logan's offense, which gained 313 yards through the air and 198 on the ground.

College Park 14, Pinole Valley 7: Matt De Silva scored two touchdowns in the first half to help lead the Falcons (2-2) past the Spartans (1-3) in a nonleague game at Diablo Valley College.

De Silva's first touchdown came on a 1-yard run and capped a 72-yard drive to open the game. After a Pinole Valley fumble, De Silva scored again, this time on a 6-yard run to give College Park a 14-0 lead.

That was enough offense for the Falcons defense.

-- Steve Dulas, correspondent

Freedom 43, San Leandro 6: Darrell Daniels and Joe Mixon each scored three touchdowns as the host Falcons (2-2) routed the Pirates (0-4).

The Falcons quickly turned the game into a blowout, bolting to a 36-0 halftime lead. Mixon ran 11 times for 150 yards, and Daniels rushed three times for 102 yards, had 37 yards receiving and returned the opening kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown.

For San Leandro, Randy Bell rushed for 115 yards, and Robert Aleto ran for 91 yards, including a 10-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Freedom increased the margin to 14-0 on its first possession.

After Daniels returned a missed field goal attempt by the Pirates 41 yards to the Freedom 42-yard line, the Falcons needed five plays to score on Mixon's 1-yard run. Mixon carried eight times in the first half for 131 yards and scored three touchdowns.

Mixon made it 21-0 on a 65-yard run on a delayed handoff with 10:46 left in the half. The Falcons added a 47-yard touchdown pass from Dante Mayes to Mixon on a swing play. Mayes completed two touchdown passes.

Freedom's Johnell Green intercepted a pass from San Leandro quarterback Stephen Johnson on the Pirates' next possession, setting up the Falcons' fifth touchdown on a 9-yard completion from Mayes to Daniels, who slipped a tackle at the 6-yard line.

-- Matt Schwab

Pittsburg 31, Berkeley 0: The host Pirates had a 17-0 lead at halftime and never looked back as they posted a nonleague win over the Yellowjackets (1-3).

Pittsburg (2-2) took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter as Crajon Menefee took a fake punt 52 yards for a touchdown. After Antonio Saldana booted a 47-yard field goal, Jamal Lockett scored on a 36-yard run to give the Pirates a 17-0 lead in the second quarter.

Lockett had 115 yards rushing in the first half, and Menefee had 67 yards on the ground.

-- Paul Burgarino

Antioch 70, Dougherty Valley 20: Hunter Karnthong had a 90-yard punt return, two touchdown runs, a 70-yard scoring strike and two two-point conversions -- all in the first half -- to lead the Panthers to a nonleague win over the visiting Wildcats.

Karnthong, Antioch's senior captain, unleashed a scoring barrage that left Dougherty Valley (0-4) scrambling for answers.

The Panthers improved to 4-0 for the second straight year with hopes of improving on last year's 6-4 regular season.

Karnthong is thriving in his first full season as Antioch's starting quarterback, but it was his 90-yard punt return that got things going. Antioch had a 27-7 lead midway through the second quarter.

-- Ken Silman, correspondent

Salesian 42, Kennedy-Richmond 0: The Pride (4-0) had a 28-0 lead at the end of the third quarter and cruised past the host Eagles (0-3).

In the first half, running back Michael Page had a 6-yard touchdown pass from Zak Boyett. Page also had a 30-yard run as he finished the first half with eight carries for 69 yards.

-- Don August, correspondent