Logan Lisle, a jack of all trades for the Berean Christian High football team, scored five touchdowns as the Eagles handed Valley Christian its first loss of the season, 35-14, at Acalanes High on Friday night.

Lisle didn't practice all week because of an upper quadriceps injury but rarely left the field Friday. He found a variety of ways to the end zone and also kicked all five extra points, making him responsible for all 35 of his team's points.

"After the fourth (touchdown) it kind of caught my attention," Lisle said. "It was cool to get the fifth. I've never done that before."

Primarily a running back, Lisle lined up at receiver and scored on a 60-yard touchdown pass from Garrett Anderson on the Eagles' first offensive play of the game. He also had a 22-yard touchdown reception from Anderson, touchdown runs of 4 and 3 yards, and he returned an interception 45 yards from his linebacker spot for a score.

The Eagles (5-2, 2-0 Bay Football League), who put the ball in the air more than usual, got 205 passing yards from Anderson.

Tyler Charrette was his favorite target and finished with 10 catches for 117 yards.

"Usually we run a lot, but we got ready for this team really well," Lisle said.

Charrette also had an interception on defense, setting up Lisle's fourth score.

Valley Christian (6-1, 1-1), which scored 71 points last week in a win over California School for the Deaf, never got going offensively. Four turnovers didn't help -- including the two interceptions that the Eagles turned into touchdowns.

Howard Wikle provided the Vikings a first-half highlight, breaking tackles on his way to a 31-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.

Anthony Grant, who led all rushers with 112 yards, scored on a 5-yard pass from Lucas Romanski with 4:48 left in the game.