Bellarmine College Prep clinched the West Catholic Athletic League title and the Open Division playoff spot that comes with it with a 42-13 win over Sacred Hearth Cathedral on Friday night.

Kenneth Olugbode rushed for 97 yards and two first-half touchdowns as Bellarmine built a 35-0 lead. Joey Sanfilippo scored two touchdowns, one a 95-yard kickoff return.

Sacred Heart Cath.          0          0          6          7--13

Bellarmine          21          7          14          0--42

BCP -- Olugbode 5 run (Bush kick)

BCP -- Carter-Samuels 1 run (Bush kick)

BCP -- Sanfilippo 34 pass from Carter-Samuels (Bush kick)

BCP -- Olugbode 4 run (Bush kick)

BCP -- Brown 4 run (Bush kick)

SHC -- Wallace 60 fumble return (kick failed)

BCP -- Sanfilippo 95 kickoff return (Bush kick)

SHC -- Rasso 13 run (kick good)

Records -- Sacred Heart Cathedral 2-8, 1-6; Bellarmine College Prep 9-1, 7-0.

SILVER CREEK 41, GUNDERSON 32


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Kieayre Davis returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown and also scored on a 58-yard run to help the Raiders clinch their first Central Coast Section playoff berth since 2002. Junior quarterback Donavon Ramirez threw two TD passes, one to junior wideout Danny Mercado and the other to senior tight end Eric Troughton, and also ran for a score.

Junior linebacker Johnny Curiel led the Silver Creek defense by returning a fumble 35 yards for a TD.

Silver Creek          14          "‚6          "‚14          "‚7--41

Gunderson          6          "‚13          "‚7          "‚6--32

SC -- Curiel 35 fumble return (Cedillo kick)

SC -- Mercado 47 pass from Ramirez (Cedillo kick)

SC -- Ramirez 1 run (kick failed)

SC -- Davis 58 run (Cedillo kick)

SC -- Davis 90 kickoff return (Cedillo kick)

SC -- Troughton 14 pass from Ramirez (Cedillo kick)

G -- scoring not available

Records -- Silver Creek 5-5, 5-2; Gunderson 7-3, 5-2.

SAN JOSE 3, ANDREW HILL2

San Jose won the BVAL West Valley Division title outright in this low-scoring defensive battle.

With many players injured in this final week of division play, the Bulldogs were forced to field their younger back-ups and still managed to win.

Defensively, they were led by two seniors--cornerback Romie Rodriguez had 3 interceptions and linebacker Tarik Ballard pitched in with 12 tackles. Junior kicker Hector Perez accounted for their only points of the game, a 15-yard field goal in the second quarter.

"It feels great to win the title," said San Jose coach Darrell Williams. "We're in some place we've never been. It's been so long since we've won the title. To go undefeated in our division says a lot."

San Jose          0          "‚3          "‚0          "‚0--3

Andrew Hill          0          "‚2          "‚0          "‚0--2

SJ-- Perez 15 FG

AH -- Safety

Record -- San Jose 9-0.

PALO ALTO 56, SANTA CLARA 21

Jayshawn Gates-Mouton caught two long touchdown passes of 55 and 69 yards respectively as visiting Palo Alto clinched the SCVAL De Anza Division title at Santa Clara. Gates-Mouton also had two interceptions in the second half.

Vikings quarterback Keller Chryst finished 12 of 20 for 295 passing yards and accounted for five touchdowns, four through the air.

Adam Garza led Santa Clara in rushing with 125 yards in 15 carries, including a 10 yard touchdown run. The Bruins finished the season with five straight losses.

Palo Alto          7          "‚21          "‚14          "‚14--56

Santa Clara          0          "‚7          "‚14           0--21

PA -- Tolbert 24 pass from Chryst (Foug kick)

PA -- Davis 9 pass from Chryst (Foug kick)

PA -- Allen 29 fumble return (Foug kick)

PA -- Ja. Gates-Mouton 55 pass from Chryst (Foug kick)

SC -- Garza 10 run (Hernandez kick)

SC -- Perry 18 run (Hernandez kick)

PA -- Ja. Gates-Mouton 69 pass from Chryst (Foug kick)

PA -- Ju. Gates-Mouton 30 run (Foug kick)

SC -- Thomas 12 pass from Liu (Duerksen kick)

PA -- Chryst 2 run (Foug kick)

PA -- Ward 40 run (Foug kick)

Records -- Palo Alto 8-2, 6-1; Santa Clara 5-5, 2-5.

FREMONT 25, GUNN 13

Fremont racked up 391 yards rushing to hand Gunn its first league loss and forge a three-way tie atop the El Camino Division standings with Monta Vista.

Junior Keenan Smith rushed for 152 yards and two touchdowns in the first half for the Firebirds before suffering a shoulder injury that kept him out of the second half.

His backup, senior Joseph De Los Santos, filled in just fine, carrying the ball 31 times for 195 yards in the second half.

Gunn was seeking its first outright league title since 1971.

Gunn          0          7          0          6--13

Fremont          12          6          0          7--25

F -- Smith 90 run (kick failed)

F -- Smith 1 run (run failed)

G-- Lydster 27 run (Sampson kick)

F -- Teo 1 run (pass failed)

G-- Barry 52 pass from Guzman (2-point failed)

F -- Teo 17 run (O'Keefe kick)

Records -- Gunn 7-3, 5-1; Fremont 8-2, 5-1

MONTA VISTA 27, CUPERTINO 13

Senior quarterback Nathan Facciolla rushed 12 times for 110 yards and two touchdowns, and also intercepted two passes on defense, in helping the Matadors clinch a three-way tie with Gunn and Fremont for the SCVAL's El Camino Division title.

Peter Stern had 16 carries for 144 yards and a TD for Monta Vista. The senior running back also threw a touchdown pass, a 30-yarder to junior Milanko Plavic.

Monta Vista          13          "‚0          "‚7          "‚7--27

Cupertino          0          "‚6          "‚0          "‚7--13

MV-- Stern 82 run (run failed)

MV -- Facciolla 27 run (Olkin kick)

MV -- Facciolla 57 run (Olkin kick)

MV -- Plavic 30 pass from Stern (Olkin kick)

C -- scoring not available

Records -- Monta Vista 7-3, 5-1; Cupertino 7-3, 3-3.

MENLO-ATHERTON 21, WOODSIDE 10

Blake Olsen's two touchdown passes (19 and 24 yards) in the third quarter was all the offense Menlo-Atherton needed. Jamar Gaddis recovered a pooched kickoff in the third quarter and Zack Moore connected with Olsen on the next play. An interception by Campbell Roelig was returned 52 yards to Woodside's 10-yard line. Moore scored on a one yarder for the final score of the night.

Woodside          0          "‚10          "‚0          "‚0--10

Menlo-Atherton          0          "‚0          "‚14          "‚7--21

W-- Stafford 31 FG

W-- Teu 2 run (Stafford kick)

MA-- Olsen 19 pass from Moore (Olsen kick)

MA-- Olsen 24 pass from Moore (Olsen kick)

MA-- Moore 1 run (Olsen kick)

Records -- Woodside 3-7; Menlo-Atherton 6-4.

MILPITAS 61, HOMESTEAD 27

Vita Vea rushed 13 times for 244 yards and five touchdowns, and Squally Canada had 124 yards and two TDs on 10 carries for the Trojans. Quarterback Ronnie Reed threw for one toucdown, a 47-yarder to fellow junior Tre Hartley, and ran for another.

Homestead          0          "‚14          "‚13          "‚0--27

Milpitas          14          "‚14          "‚20          "‚13--61

M -- Canada 39 run (Gonzalez kick)

M -- Canada 4 run (Gonzalez kick)

M -- Reed 15 run (Gonzalez kick)

M -- Vea 22 run (Gonzalez kick)

M -- Vea 34 run (kick failed)

M -- Vea 8 run (Gonzalez kick)

M -- Hartley 47 pass from Reed (Gonzalez kick)

M -- Vea 60 run (Gonzalez kick)

M -- Vea 44 run (kick failed)

H -- scoring not available

Records -- Homestead 3-7, 1-6; Milpitas 7-3, 5-2.

EVERGREEN VALLEY 30, JAMES LICK 7

Nico Juarez scored on runs of 21 and nine yards as visiting Evergreen Valley downed James Lick.

Evergreen Valley          7          "‚17          "‚6          "‚0--30

James Lick          0          "‚0          "‚0          "‚7-- 7

EV-- Juarez 21 run (DeSousa kick)

EV-- DeSousa 31 FG

EV-- Campbell 1 run (DeSousa kick)

EV-- Juarez 9 run (DeSousa kick)

EV-- Ogiemwanye 4 run (kick failed)

JL -- scoring not available

Records -- Evergreen Valley 6-4, 5-2; James Lick 2-6, 2-5.

LYNBROOK 54, LOS ALTOS 25

Junior tailback Eric Day rushed for 262 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Vikings.

Seniors Tim Wallis and Kyle Williams rushed for two TDs apiece and Max Brogley returned a kickoff 83 yards for another score.

Los Altos          0          "‚14          "‚3          "‚8--25

Lynbrook          20          "‚7          "‚13          "‚14--54

L-- Day 2 run (kick failed)

L -- Day 15 run (Nakelchik kick)

L -- Day 88 run (Nakelchick kick)

L -- Wallis 21 run (Nakelchik kick)

L -- Williams 11 run (Nakelchik kick)

L -- Brogley 83 kick return (kick failed)

L -- Day 38 run (Nakelchik kick)

L -- Williams 34 run (Nakelchik kick)

LA -- scoring not available

Records -- Los Altos 0-10, 0-6; Lynbrook 4-6, 2-4.

OVERFELT 47, YERBA BUENA 21

Akeem Aziz scored on four touchdown runs as visiting Overfelt downed Yerba Buena. On defense Michael Rocha returned an interception 50 yards in the second quarter for the Royals.

Overfelt          20          "‚14          "‚7          "‚6--47

Yerba Buena          0          "‚0          "‚14          "‚7--21

O-- Aziz 5 run (S. Cano kick)

O-- Veu 5 run (S. Cano kick)

O-- Aziz 12 run (kick failed)

O-- M. Rocha 50 yard interception return (S. Cano kick)

O-- Aziz 65 run (S. Cano kick)

O-- Aziz 43 run (S. Cano kick)

O-- Haro 3 run (failed)

YB -- scoring not available

Records -- Overfelt 6-4, 6-1; Yerba Buena 1-9, 1-6.

WILCOX 55, MOUNTAIN VIEW 28

Quarterback Kenny Dipko had a hand in three touchdowns as host Wilcox downed Mountain View. Dipko scored on runs of 44 and 10 yards respectively and threw a 41 yard touchdown pass to D'Vaun Charles in the second quarter.

The Spartans kept pace with the Chargers, only being down 20-16 after the first quarter, but Wilcox ran off 35 straight points to pull away.

Mountain View          16          "‚0          "‚0          "‚12--28

Wilcox          20          "‚28          "‚7          "‚ 0--55

W -- Dipko 44 run (kick failed)

MV -- Johnson 39 run (Jones run)

W -- Luke 80 run (pass failed)

MV -- Kapp 15 pass from Fischer-Colbrie (Jones run)

W -- Mitchell 55 run (Bowles kick)

W -- Dipko 10 run (Bowles kick)

W -- Charles 41 pass from Dipko (Bowles kick)

W -- Mikiao 2 run (Bowles kick)

W -- Alquetra 18 run (Atherton kick)

MV -- Jones 77 run (pass failed)

MV -- Jones 21 run (pass failed)

Records -- Mountain View 3-7, 1-6; Wilcox 7-3, 5-2.

TERRA NOVA 42, HALF MOON BAY 7

Senior running back Tanner Piccolotti (13 and 1 yard runs) and junior wide receiver Jaylen Jones (21 and 9 yard passes) each scored two touchdowns to lead the Tigers. Senior quarterback K'ren Spain added a 50 yard run.

Terra Nova          14          "‚7          "‚21          "‚0--42

Half Moon Bay          7          "‚0          "‚0          "‚0--7

HMB-- Welch 49 pass from Pintarelli (Guitierez kick)

TN--Jones 21 pass from Spain (Grande kick)

TN-- Piccolotti 13 run (Grande kick)

TN-- Spain 50 run (Grande kick)

TN-- Jones 9 pass from Spain (Grande kick)

TN-- Piccolotti 1 run (Grande kick)

TN-- Pierotti scored (Grande kick)

Records -- Terra Nova 6-4, 4-1; Half Moon Bay 1-9, 0-5.

LEIGH 33, LIVE OAK 23

Lavon Donald rushed for 180 yards and two touchdowns on just 15 carries for the Longhorns. Senior quarterback Gabe Davis rushed 22 times for 131 yards and a TD and also threw a 48-yard scoring pass to Brett Kempski.

Kempski intercepted two passes on defense, and senior kicker Mike Leitchman converted two field goals.

Trevor Bearden scored three of Live Oak's TDs, two of them on runs of 74 yards or longer.

Live Oak          0          "‚10          "‚0          "‚13--23

Leigh          3          "‚10          "‚13          "‚7--33

L -- Leitchman 27 FG

L -- Davis 9 run (Leitchman kick)

L -- Leitchman 35 FG

LO -- Bearden 74 run (Butterworth kick)

LO -- Butterworth 37 FG

L -- Donald 3 run (kick failed)

L -- Kempski 48 pass from Davis (Leitchman kick)

LO -- Bearden 77 run (run failed)

L -- Donald 22 run (Leitchman kick)

LO -- Bearden 6 run (Butterworth kick)

Records -- Live Oak 6-4, 3-4; Leigh 4-6, 3-4.

PROSPECT 35, DEL MAR 8

Prospect held Del Mar to -6 yards of total offense in the first half, behind an impressive defensive effort. Middle linebacker Daniel Nidzan (9 tackles), outside linebacker Raiden Sainz (11 tackles with two for a loss), and Justin Song (who forced a fumble), as Del Mar finished with 86 total offensive yards.

Kevin Moon ran for 111 yards on eight carries and three touchdowns, and quarterback Angel Guillen threw for 158 yards and completed 10 of 24 passes behind a strong rotating offensive line (James Hayes, Dylan Munes, Robell Yosief, Justin Song, Brandon Chavez, and Diego Posada).

Prospect          15          "‚7          "‚7          "‚6--35

Del Mar          0          "‚0          "‚8          "‚0--8

P-- Johnson 17 pass from Guillen (Mesic kick)

P--Moon 56 run (Mesic run)

P--Moon 13 run (Mesic kick)

P--Moon 6 run (Mesic kick)

DM -- Ramirez 50 pass from Rosales (Rosales run)

P-- Nielsen 45 pass from Guillen (kick failed)

Records -- Prospect 3-7, 3-4; Del Mar 0-10, 0-7.

WILLOW GLEN 28, PIONEER 20

Hakeem Mayes' interception on Pioneer's last drive gave Willow Glen the victory. After spotting Pioneer 14 points, Willow Glen roared back as quarterback Matt Toscano was 17 for 24 and 262 yards (three touchdown passes). Jayson Kadlecek caught 6 of those passes for 144 yards and Mayes added five more for 66 yards.

Willow Glen          0          "‚14          "‚14          "‚0--28

Pioneer          7          "‚7          "‚6          "‚0--20

P -- Barnes 8 run (kick good)

P -- Barnes 26 pass from Fryhoff (kick failed)

WG -- Kadeldek 59 pass Toscano (Guardanapo kick)

WG -- Mays 3 pass from Toscano (Guardnapo kick)

WG -- Toscano 10 run (Guardnapo kick)

WG -- Mays 40 pass from Toscano (Guardnapo kick)

P -- Stanton 2 run (kick failed)

Records -- Willow Glen 4-6, 2-5; Pioneer 4-6, 3-4.

WESTMONT 21, BRANHAM 14

Keanu Phillips caught what proved to be the winning TD pass from junior quarterback Trevor Flint in the second quarter.

Junior running backs Mark DeRobertis and Tommy Ly each scored rushing touchdowns, while Andre Simpson recorded a team-high eight tackles and defended two passes to lead a stout defensive effort for the Warriors. Fellow senior safety Zach Lytle had an interception and senior lineman Garrett Runyon recorded a sack.

Germani Rogers and Mitchell King each scored rushing TDs for Branham.

Westmont          13          "‚8          "‚0          "‚0--21

Branham          7          "‚0          "‚7          "‚0--14

B -- Rogers 10 run (Nall kick)

W -- De Robertis 17 run (Phillips kick)

W -- Ly 38 run (kick failed)

W -- Phillips 14 pass from Flint (Primeaux pass from Flint)

B -- Daniel 40 run (Nall kick)

Records -- Westmont 5-5, 4-3; Branham 1-9, 1-6.

LOS GATOS 28, SARATOGA 10

Sophomore Joey Wood rushed 38 times for 182 yards and two touchdowns.

Junior quarterback Nick Bawden accounted for two more Wildcats TDs, running for one and throwing another to Max Herman. Junior cornerback C.J. Butcher led Los Gatos defensively with 11 tackles, while senior safety Brent McCoy had nine tackles and an interception.

Grant Faylor caught a 20-yard pass from fellow junior Jonathan Walters for Saratoga's lone TD. Senior kicker Fred Feyzi booted a 21-yard field goal for the Falcons.

Los Gatos          14          "‚7          "‚0          "‚7--28

Saratoga          7          "‚3          "‚0          "‚0--10

LG-- Wood 35 run (Chapman kick)

LG -- Wood 1 run (Chapman kick)

S -- Faylor 20 pass from Walters (Feyzi kick)

S -- Feyzi 21 FG

LG -- Bawden 1 run (Chapman kick)

LG -- Herman 1 pass from Bawden (Chapman kick)

Records -- Los Gatos x-x; Saratoga x-x.

LINCOLN 56, MT. PLEASANT 26

Lincoln won the BVAL Santa Teresa Division title with a victory over Mt. Pleasant on Thursday night. The Lions cruised to a 41-0 halftime lead en route to the victory. Jacob Hoekstra scored two touchdowns, on a 48-yard reception and a 24-yard run.

Lincoln closes out its season on Thanksgiving Day against San Jose in the Big Bone Game.

Lincoln          27          "‚14          "‚8          "‚ 7--56

Mt. Pleasant          0          "‚0          "‚13          "‚13--26

L -- Hildalgo 42 run (Huerta kick)

L -- Hoekstra 48 pass from Gonzalez (Huerta kick)

L -- Cruz 22 interception return (kick failed)

L -- Avery 3 run (Huerta kick)

Second quarter scoring not available

MP -- Ilio 55 run (Macias kick)

L -- Ortez 11 run (run failed)

MP -- Mesina 4 run (kick failed)

MP -- Mesina 10 run (kick failed)

L -- Hoekstra 24 run (Huerta kick)

MP -- Mesina 80 run (kick failed)

Records -- Lincoln 8-1, 7-0; Mt. Pleasant 1-9, 0-7.