The hits keep coming for some of the East Bay's elite teams as upset victories by Deer Valley High and Campolindo Friday night meant five teams ranked in the top 8 have lost in the past two weeks.

And, surprising Livermore (3-4) nearly added No. 4 California (6-1) to the hit list before the Grizzlies escaped with a 28-27 win by preventing the Cowboys' two-point conversion attempt with 54.7 seconds left.

De La Salle, James Logan and San Ramon Valley, the East Bay's top three teams according to the rankings, helped maintain a sense of normalcy with relative easy victories.

  • De La Salle's David Riopelle rushed for 167 yards and quarterback Bart Houston scored on three short touchdown runs as the No. 1 Spartans (6-1) held on for a comfortable 42-21 win over No. 11 Monte Vista (3-4).

  • No. 2 James Logan (7-0) made short work of Irvington as leading rusher Warren Miles Long scored three touchdowns in limited action as the Colts rolled 64-0 for their 17th straight Mission Valley Athletic League win.

  • Quarterback Zach Kline passed for 302 yards and five touchdowns to lead No. 3 San Ramon Valley (6-1) to its sixth straight win with a 42-28 win over pesky Foothill.

    As for the surprises ...

  • Deer Valley's Flenoid McCleary had a big hand in the Wolverines' 21-20 upset win over No. 6 Pittsburg (4-3). Literally.

    The junior lineman blocked a Pittsburg extra-point attempt in overtime to give Deer Valley a stunning win. "I was just thinking that I have to get my hands up and get this," the junior told reporter Paul Burgarino.

    A pair of touchdowns by Deer Valley sophomore Nzuzi Webster also enabled the Wolverines to overcome a 282-yard, two-touchdown passing night by Pittsburg quarterback Malik Watson.

  • The real upset in No. 7 Miramonte's loss to No. 9 Campolindo (8-0) in a showdown between unbeaten Diablo Foothill Athletic League teams was the 36-point final margin.

    The Cougars' Brett Stephens passed for 273 yards and five touchdowns and Miramonte (7-1) had five interceptions while it rolled to a 42-6 win.

    "Everybody pitched in on offense, everybody pitched in on defense, this was a total team effort," Stephens told reporter Jimmy Durkin. "This is fantastic, couldn't ask for anything more."

    Here's how the other Top 15 teams fared on Friday night:

  • No. 5 Encinal (6-1) got four first-half touchdown passes from Andrew Ve'e and a pair of scores each from Jon Trodder and Bo Banks while racking up 666 yards in the first half of an eventual 72-14 win over Albany.

  • Dante Mayes fired four touchdown passes to lead No. 10 Freedom (6-1) to a 42-6 victory over Antioch.

  • No. 11 Las Lomas (6-1) escaped with a 10-9 win over Dublin when Mitch Frentescu blocked a Gaels extra point kick with 33 seconds left. Dublin's frantic comeback culminated with Edward Achziger's 16-yard touchdown pass to Jabari Davis on fourth down.

  • No. 13 Concord (5-2) got another huge night from Olito Thompson, who ran for 235 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-0 ClayCord Cup victory over Clayton Valley.

  • No. 15 Bishop O'Dowd (5-2) got four touchdown passes from Dominic Miroglio and two touchdowns on punt returns from Dominic Jones in its 56-0 win over Mt. Eden.

  • Berean Christian's Logan Lisle overcame an injury to score five touchdowns while also kicking five extra points to score all of the Eagles' points in a 35-14 win over previously unbeaten No. 15 Valley Christian (6-1).

    Here are some other noteworthy games from Friday:

  • McClymonds' Lovell Samuels ran for 170 yards, Eddie Heard Jr. accounted for three touchdowns and the Warriors scored 29 unanswered points to top Skyline 29-13 in an Oakland Athletic League showdown.

  • Heritage (4-3) scored 21 consecutive points to beat Liberty 28-21 and also improve to 5-0 all-time in the Brentwood Bowl.

  • Carson Gardner scored a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns and Drew Gaylord sealed the win with a blocked punt as Acalanes (4-4) beat Dougherty Valley (3-4) 28-14.

    The loss overshadowed a huge night by Wildcats running back Xavier Vaesau, who rushed for 271 yards and three touchdowns.

  • San Leandro's Stephen Johnson threw two touchdown passes and David Vilingia and Taylor Leota ran for two scores apiece as the Pirates (4-3) beat Hayward (3-4) 49-28.

  • Amador Valley (4-3) held on for a thrilling 12-9 EBAL win over Granada (2-5) when Grant Miller recovered a Granada fumble at the goal line with 59 seconds left.

  • Leron Fonseca's 46-yard field goal in the fourth quarter lifted Hercules (6-1) to a 22-21 win over De Anza (2-5).

    Here are your individual standouts throughout the East Bay from Friday night:

  • DAIVON BALLARD, College Park: He ran for 213 yards and three touchdowns as the Falcons beat Northgate 30-0.

  • LOVELL SAMUELS, McClymonds: He ran for 170 yards in a 29-13 win over Skyline.

  • EDDIE HEARD JR., McClymonds: He threw a pair of TD passes and ran for one score in a win over Skyline.

  • JAMES LEWIS, Oakland Tech: The Bulldogs quarterback threw a TD pass and ran for a 9-yard TD in a 14-0 win over Castlemont.

  • RAYSEAN MARTIN, Tennyson: He scored a pair of third-quarter TDs in a 31-7 win over San Lorenzo.

  • PABLO MAGALLANES JR, Tennyson: The Lancers' quarterback went 10-for-13 for 170 yards and two TDs against San Lorenzo.

  • MALIK WATSON, Pittsburg: The Pirates' quarterback threw for 282 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Deer Valley.

  • TERRANCE BARNES, Pittsburg: He had 176 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns against Deer Valley.

  • BRETT STEPHENS, Campolindo: The Cougars quarterback went 14-for-26 for 273 yards and four TD passes in a 42-6 win over Miramonte.

  • GRIFFEN PIATT, Campolindo: He caught two TD passes and also had two of the Cougars' five interceptions in a win over Miramonte.

  • DAVID RIOPELLE, De La Salle: The junior back carried 19 times for 167 yards and a TD in a win over Monte Vista.

  • BART HOUSTON, De La Salle: The quarterback had three short TD runs in the Spartans' victory over Monte Vista.

  • JEFF LOCKIE, Monte Vista: He passed for 268 yards and a pair of TDs in a loss to De La Salle.

  • TROY JOHNSON, Monte Vista: Caught four passes for 134 yards, including a 65-yard scoring play against De La Salle.

  • WARREN MILES LONG, James Logan: The Colts' back scored three touchdowns in a big victory over Irvington.

  • DAMOND BEASLEY, James Logan: He rushed for 98 yards and a pair of TDs and also caught a 44-yard TD pass against Irvington.

  • RAESHAWN LEE, Irvington: The Vikings' back carried 16 times for 107 yards in a loss to James Logan.

  • ZACH KLINE, San Ramon Valley: The Wolves' quarterback threw for 302 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-28 win over Foothill.

  • JORDAN WEISS, San Ramon Valley: He a pair of touchdown catches in the Wolves' victory over Foothill.

  • SEAN MILLER, San Ramon Valley: The Wolves' receiver had two touchdown catches against Foothill.

  • GRIFFITH GATES, Foothill: The Falcons' back rushed for 97 yards and a pair of touchdowns in a loss to San Ramon Valley.

  • KEVIN FARLEY, California: The Grizzlies' quarterback threw a pair of TD passes in a 28-27 win over Livermore.

  • RYAN TEXEIRA, Livermore: He had 104 yards from scrimmage and scored a pair of TDs against California.

  • DAMARIAY DREW, Livermore: He carried 19 times for 110 yards, including a 17-yard TD with 54.7 seconds left in a loss to California.

  • LOGAN LISLE, Berean Christian: He scored five touchdowns, including two rushing, two receiving and one on an interception return in a 35-14 win over Valley Christian.

  • GARRETT ANDERSON, Berean Christian: He passed for 205 yards and threw two TD passes against Valley Christian.

  • TYLER CHARRETTE, Berean Christian: He caught 10 passes for 117 yards against Valley Christian.

  • ANTHONY GRANT, Valley Christian: He rushed for 112 yards in a loss to Berean Christian.

  • ANDREW VE'E, Encinal: The Jets' quarterback threw four TD passes in a 72-14 win over Albany.

  • OCTAVIUS HOLLEY, Kennedy-Richmond: The Eagles' backup quarterback went 2-for-2 for 112 yards and two TDs in a 42-6 win over John Swett.

  • ALEX LAZARIDES, Kennedy-Richmond: Rushed for 92 yards and scored a TD in a win over Swett.

  • DANTE MAYES, Freedom: He passed for 225 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-6 win over Antioch.

  • OLITO THOMPSON, Concord: He carried 25 times for 235 yards and scored five touchdowns in a 42-0 win over Clayton Valley. He also scored on a two-point conversion to account for 32 points.

  • PETER MITCHELL, Acalanes: The Dons' back gained 106 of his team's 322 rushing yards in a win over Dougherty Valley.

  • XAVIER VAESAU, Dougherty Valley: He carried 31 times for 271 yards and three touchdowns in a loss to Acalanes.

  • JOREL AVILA, Heritage: He carried 22 times for 117 yards and a TD in a 28-21 win over Liberty.

  • PATRICK CHEEK, Castro Valley: He rushed for 140 yards and three touchdowns in a 41-14 win over Arroyo.

  • MICHAEL YOUNG, Arroyo: Rushed 20 times for 158 yards, including a 78-yard TD run against Castro Valley.

  • DOMINIC MIROGLIO, Bishop O'Dowd: The Dragons' quarterback went 8-for-10 for 134 yards and four TDs in a 56-0 win over Mt. Eden.

  • DOMINIC GOMES, Bishop O'Dowd: He scored two touchdowns on punt returns - from 64 and 71 yards - in a win over Mt. Eden.

  • DANIEL JONES, Bishop O'Dowd: He carried seven times for 114 yards, including a 57-yard TD run against Mt. Eden.

  • FRANCISCO ROJAS, Kennedy-Fremont: Went 8-for-13 for 132 yards and two TDs in a 39-6 win over Mission San Jose.

  • MALCOM HALE, Kennedy-Fremont: Caught two passes for 145 yards, both of which went for TDs against Mission San Jose.

  • ISAIAH CORTEZ, Kennedy-Richmond: He carried 12 times for 107 yards and a TD against Mission San Jose.

  • JUNIOR NGALO, Kennedy-Richmond: He rushed five times for 98 yards and a TD, and also returned an interception 25 yards for a score against Mission San Jose.

  • KYLE MORENO, Amador Valley: The Dons' quarterback went 9-for-15 for 205 yards and a TD in a 12-9 win over Granada.

  • MITCH WORSEY, Amador Valley: He caught a 69-yard pass that set up a TD and also knocked a ball loose from a Granada runner at the goal line with 59 seconds left to help secure a win over Granada.

  • JAKE KEARNEY, Granada: He rushed 24 times for 116 yards in a loss to Amador Valley.

  • STEVE EVANS, De Anza: He ran for a pair of TDs and threw a touchdown pass in the first half of a 22-21 loss to Hercules.

  • MARCELLUS PIPPINS, El Cerrito: He intercepted three passes to help the Gauchos defeat Alameda 42-14.

  • JAHKAR DICKSON, Pinole Valley: He went 7-for-9 for 128 yards in the first half and threw three TD passes in a 57-7 victory over Richmond.

  • ANDREW COX-GILMORE, Pinole Valley: He caught a pair of touchdown passes in a win over Richmond.