There were no bumpers or flippers, bells or whistles. But make no mistake, many of the East Bay's top prep football teams were scoring points in pinball machine-like fashion on Friday night.

Third-ranked Monte Vista High racked up the high score (70 points), followed by No. 7 Concord's 68 points, then came matching 55-point efforts from No. 2 San Ramon Valley and No. 9 Alhambra, followed by No. 10 McClymonds' 54 points. That's an average of 60 points scored by five of the seven Top 10 teams in the East Bay poll that played Friday night - with an average victory margin of 38 points.

If those numbers aren't enough to activate your tilt sensors, consider the totals Concord quarterback Ricky Lloyd racked up in a 68-34 win over American: 323 passing yards and six touchdown passes. Through four games, Lloyd has thrown for 1,334 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Dare we call him the region's Pinball Wizard this week?

A quick look at some of the other notable games includes No. 3 Deer Valley holding off stubborn College Park 14-7, Encinal topping Alameda to earn city bragging rights with a 27-12 Island Bowl victory and No. 11 Heritage (4-0) winning 24-12 over James Logan in Union City.

Meanwhile, Pittsburg continues to be an eyebrow-raiser as the Pirates' tough schedule has now yielded an 0-4 start after a 21-14 loss to Berkeley.

For most teams, their Week 4 games on Friday marked the final tuneup before the beginning of league season. Here's a closer look at how some of the top teams fared:

  • No. 2 San Ramon Valley (3-0) routed Washington 55-8 as quarterback Zach Kline threw for 247 yards, Michael Summers rushed for 137 yards and Trent Peterson had two interceptions and scored a touchdown.

  • No. 4 Monte Vista (2-1) scored on nine of its 13 possessions while piling up 461 yards of offense and forced six turnovers during its 70-21 win over Hayward, which trailed by two touchdowns before its offense had run a single play. The Mustangs' top performer, once again, was tailback Michael Sullas, who rushed for 192 yards and scored four touchdowns on just 14 carries.

  • Eighth-rated Encinal beat Alameda as Jonathan Allen rushed for 100 yards and two touchdowns and Paul Okamura rushed three times for 120 yards in the Jets' win.

  • Ninth-ranked Alhambra proved to be too much for El Molino as the Bulldogs pinned a 55-35 loss on the Lions of Forestville.

  • No. 10 McClymonds made a sparkling debut on its new "field turf," as it got a pair of defensive touchdowns from Jeremiah Walters and a game-high 161 yards rushing and two TDs from Ernest Marshall in a 54-14 win over Marshall of San Francisco.

  • Treyvon Hanna scored on a 54-yard run with 1:53 left in the game to wrap up No. 11 Heritage's 24-12 win over James Logan.

    There were also a couple of games with some lengthy streak implications that bear mentioning:

  • Unranked Northgate (4-0) beat Las Lomas for the first time since 2001 as Cameron Stover rushed for 157 yards and two touchdowns in the Broncos' 28-21 victory in front of a near-capacity crowd.

    "I'm just proud for the seniors," said Northgate coach Justin Lowell, drenched after his players doused him with water. "I've been here a short time, but the seniors have grown up hearing this stuff. From the time they entered Northgate, they heard of this record and how long it's been."

  • Pinole Valley, ranked 12th in the East Bay, continued its dominance of Oakland Tech as the Spartans' 42-18 win was their ninth straight over the Bulldogs.

    Let's take a closer look at the top individual performances from Friday night:

    RUDOLPHO JAMES, Berkeley: The YellowJacket's back scored on a late 29-yard touchdown run on fourth down to provide the winning margin in a 21-`4 victory over Pittsburg.

    ONDRE RUDOLPH, Dublin: He rushed for 130 yards and scored twice as the Gaels beat Sonoma Valley 31-14 for their first win this season.

    GEORGE ATKINSON III, Granada: The speedy Atkinson scored three TDs in the first 90 seconds of the game to key a 41-16 win over Castro Valley. In all, he rushed five times for 206 yards.

    DEVON MILLER, Castlemont: He rushed for 131 yards, including a 74-yard TD run, and caught six passes for 65 yards and a TD in a 35-28 loss to Summerville of Tuolumne.

    ROSS ANDERSON, Miramonte: The Matadors' quarterback threw 2 TD passes and also rushed for 102 yards, including one TD in a 33-0 win over Liberty.

    DAMARIAY DREW, Livermore: The elusive back rushed for 147 yards and two TDs, including a sparking 42-yard scoring run in the fourth quarter that turned out to be the game-winner against Dougherty Valley.

    LUCAS RAVENTOS, Dougherty Valley: Rushed for 107 yards, including a 5-yard TD run, in a loss to Livermore.

    ISAIAH CORTEZ, Kennedy-Fremont: He rushed for 163 yards on 13 carries and scored four TDs in a 54-0 win over De Anza.

    VIRGIL BRIDGES, Oakland: The Wildcats' quarterback passes for 308 yards and scored two rushing TDs in a loss to Campolindo.

    CAMRYN HARRIS, Valley Christian: He scored three TDs, including one on a 75-yard punt return and a 48-yard interception return, in the Vikings' 40-7 win over Millennium of Tracy.

    ERIC JOHNSON, San Lorenzo: Caught eight passes for 244 yards, including three scoring passes from Brandin Murphy, in a 27-all tie with Moreau.

    NICO MURILLO, Hercules: The junior carried 14 times for 194 yards and a TD in a 44-3 win over Mission San Jose.

    ELGIN WHITE, Hercules: He rushed for 178 yards and scored twice against Mission San Jose.

    ZACH KLINE, San Ramon Valley: Despite playing just about half the game, the junior quarterback passed for 247 yards in a 55-8 win over Washington.

    MICHAEL SUMMERS, San Ramon Valley: Rushed for a game-high 137 yards in a win over Washington.

    TRENT PETERSON, San Ramon Valley: Hobbled early this season with injuries, Peterson had a pair of interceptions and scored on a 35-yard TD reception against Washington.

    NICO RUMA, Washington: The Huskies' back gained all of his 109 yards on the ground in the second half during a loss to San Ramon Valley.

    CAMERON STOVER, Northgate: Rushed for 157 yards and two TDs in a win over Las Lomas.

    MARQUIS WATERS, Las Lomas: The Knights' back rushed 23 times for 161 yards in a narrow loss to Northgate.

    MICHAEL SULLAS, Monte Vista: The Mustangs' back rushed 14 times for 192 yards and four TDs in a big win over Hayward.

    RICKY LLOYD, Concord: The Minutemen's quarterback went 26-for-38 for 323 yards and six touchdowns in a big win over American. Lloyd also rushed for a TD.

    KELLY STARNES, Concord: The wide receiver caught four TD passes against American, scoring on plays of 44, 7, 76 and 7 yards.

    RODERICK JOHNSON, American: The Eagles' tailback rushed for three touchdowns, including scoring runs of 51 and 54 yards, against Concord.

    ERNEST MARSHALL, McClymonds: The Warriors' back rushed for 161 yards and two TDs in a win over Marshall of San Francisco.

    JEREMIAH WALTERS, McClymonds: He scored a pair of defensive touchdowns in a win over Marshall as he returned an interception 56 yards for a score, then recovered a fumble and ran 25 yards for another score.

    JONATHAN ALLEN, ENCINAL: The Jets' back gained 100 yards and scored twice in a win over Alameda.

    PAUL OKAMURA, Encinal: Touched the ball just four times, but had 141 total yards of offense to help the Jets down the Hornets.

    MILES LONG, James Logan: The Colts' back rushed 16 times for 105 yards, including a 26-yard touchdown run to give Logan a brief lead against No. 11 Heritage.

    TREYVON HANNA, Heritage: Rushed six times for 109 yards, none bigger than a 54-yard TD run with less than two minutes left to clinch a win over James Logan.

    SHAI KOBAYASHI, Heritage: The Patriots' safety picked off two passes to lead a strong defensive performance against Logan.

    JAMES LEWIS, Pinole Valley: He rushed for 208 yards and four TDs, including 107 yards and three TDs by halftime, as the Spartans toppled Oakland Tech.