The Campolindo High football captured its third straight outright Diablo Foothill Athletic League championship and a completed an undefeated regular season for the second time in three years with a 50-24 win over Dublin on Friday night in Moraga.
The Cougars are also in the running for the No. 1 seed in the North Coast Section Division III playoffs.
Campolindo (10-0, 6-0 DFAL) built an early lead thanks to juniors Tyler Petite and Jack Shurtz. Petite caught first half touchdown passes of 32 and 26 yards from senior quarterback Andrew Zolintakis, while Shurtz returned an interception 24 yards for a touchdown.
The Cougars led 29-3 at the half and coasted the rest of the way, though the Gaels (3-7, 1-5 DFAL) put up a good fight in the second half, matching Campolindo touchdown for touchdown.
Running back Darrell Millinder led Dublin with 195 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 19 carries. Cougars' running back Nick Fadelli rushed for 101 yards and one touchdown, adding a 99-yard kick-off return in the fourth quarter.
Zolintakis finished with 259 yards passing and three touchdowns.
Miramonte 56, Alhambra 28: Quarterback Drew Anderson shredded Alhambra, throwing for 333 yards and six touchdowns in the first half.
The Matadors (8-2, 5-1 DFAL) played on a short field the entire first half. Their first scoring drive of 50 yards consisted of two completions to Dominic Paoletti, the second a 36-yard touchdown. Seven of Miramonte's scoring drives were no more than 51 yards.
Anderson completed 18 of 24 passes. Paoletti caught five balls for 160 yards and three scores. Anderson also threw touchdowns of 2 yards to Will Fuller and 40 yards to Grant Miller.
Alhambra's Josh Evans did connect on a 65-yard touchdown pass to Monte Cabrera early in the second quarter, but the Bulldogs (2-7-1, 1-5) were otherwise held under control. Miramonte held the Bulldogs to 14 yards rushing in the first half, and the Bulldogs hurt themselves further with four first-half turnovers, including a fumble recovery for a touchdown by the Matadors' Kevin Booze. They sacked Evans three times, twice by Tyler Tasker.
Evans finished with 220 yards passing and 47 yards rushing, including second-half touchdowns of 1 and 5 yards. Cabrera caught four passes for 99 yards.
-- Steve Dulas, correspondent
Las Lomas 48, Dougherty Valley 14: With four touchdowns in the second quarter, the Knights ran away from the visiting Wildcats in the final game of the regular season.
Running back Jack Kane got the scoring going with a 17-yard burst with 11:17 remaining before halftime. After Dougherty Valley's Michael Pangelinan responded with a one-yard touchdown, Las Lomas (6-4, 4-2 DFAL) scored three straight touchdowns to close the half.
Late in the second quarter, the Knights forced Dougherty Valley to punt which resulted in great field position for Las Lomas. With six seconds remaining before halftime, quarterback Shawn Hessler connected with Johnny Marinchak for a 38-yard touchdown and the rout was on from there.
The Knights scored on the opening possession of the second half when Zack Fulks broke through for a 52-yard score. Dougherty Valley (4-6, 1-5 DFAL) turned the ball over on downs on the ensuing possession before Marinchak scored his second touchdown of the game, a 34-yard pass from Hessler.
Wildcats quarterback Umar Farooq found Sam Tarasow for an 88-yard touchdown in the third quarter but the deficit was too big to overcome by that point.
Hessler finished 6-for-12 passing with 114 yards and three touchdowns. Fulks led all rushers with 168 yards on 15 carries and two touchdowns.
-- Erik Stordahl, correspondent