PLEASANTON -- The California High football team, ranked No. 3 in the Bay Area News Group East Bay poll, finally put together a complete game.

The result was a dominating 29-7 East Bay Athletic League victory over host Amador Valley on Friday night.

What a difference a week makes. In a two-point win over Granada, the Grizzlies (4-1, 2-0 EBAL) looked sluggish with just one offensive touchdown and committed 11 penalties.

"We had a good meeting Thursday night and we said we couldn't have 11 penalties and we had to get things right," Grizzlies running back Blake Bierwith said.

Cal got right.

Bierwith, a senior running back, rushed for 206 yards on 31 carries and scored four touchdowns.

Amazingly, it wasn't a season-high for rushing yards. That came in a Sept. 13 win over Castro Valley when he had 209 yards on 23 carries.

"My O-line is awesome," Bierwith said. "I give them 100 percent credit."

Cal simply dominated the ground game with 321 yards rushing that included 5.8 yards per carry.

"We passed way too much last week," Cal coach Eric Billeci said. "We are a running team. That's why we train the way we do. That's what we want to do."

Meanwhile, Cal's defense held a high-potent Amador Valley offense in check most of the night. The Dons (4-1, 1-1), ranked No. 10, managed just 129 yards in the first half -- 30 of which came just before the end of the half.

Amador Valley didn't get on the board until early in the third quarter with a touchdown that cut Cal's lead to 16-7.

But Cal responded with a methodical 11-play, 64-yard drive that culminated with a 1-yard touchdown run by Bierwith to give the Grizzlies a 22-7 lead with 5:16 left in the third quarter.

"Cal played well," Amador Valley coach Rick Sira said. "They were able to move the football and their running back did a great job."

The Dons' Michael White had 16 rushes for 124 yards.

California's victory sets up a first-place showdown next week against Foothill, which is also 2-0 in EBAL action.

"We'll enjoy this tonight and then tomorrow we'll focus on Foothill," Bierwith said.