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first_img Site: Glendale Time: 5 p.m. Records: Citrus 3-3, 3-0; Glendale 4-2, 2-1 Outlook: The Owls are unbeaten in the South Division of the Western States Conference, but remain outside the top 25 in polls because of a 3-3 record that includes last week’s 51-35 loss to No. 1 Canyons and an earlier defeat to No. 3 El Camino. One player turning heads is RB Dario Camacho, who is fifth in the state with 132.7 yards a game. He rushed for 171 yards against Canyons and Grady Thomas rounded out that effort with nine catches and two touchdowns. Glendale, ranked 25th in the state and a game behind Citrus in the South Division, is coming off a 35-12 win over a Los Angeles Pierce team that has yet to win a game. DL Jason Bonwell had six tackles, a sack and four hurries in that game and anchors a unit that ranks as the 11th-best defense in the state (268 yards allowed a game). Mt. SAC vs. Pasadena Site: Pasadena AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Time: 6 p.m. Records: Mt. SAC 2-4, 1-3; Pasadena 1-5, 0-4 Outlook: Another week, another loss blamed on turnovers. Mt. SAC lost its third consecutive game, 41-10, to Long Beach and turned the ball over three more times to up its total to 13 over that stretch. The opposition has four during that same span and had none on Saturday during a game that saw QB Dominic Breazeale lose one fumble and throw two interceptions to smear a respectable passing effort (13-for-20). Backup QB Daniel Al-Gattas, seeing action with Brian Hildebrand out for the season, also fumbled twice, but both were recovered by the Mounties. Pasadena remained winless in the conference after a 43-10 loss to No. 5 Fullerton, but got good performances out of WR Jesse Ayers (75 yards receiving) and DB Derrick Carter (two interceptions). Claremont-Mudd-Scripps vs. Cal Lutheran Site: Cal Lutheran Time: 1 p.m. Records: CMS 2-3, 0-2; Cal Lutheran 4-1, 2-1 Outlook: Putting points on the board remains the biggest challenge for the Stags. A week after a big win over Lewis & Clark in nonconference action, CMS managed 197 total yards in a 37-10 loss that handed Pomona-Pitzer the coveted Peace Pipe. In that game, the Stags, third in the conference in total offense per game, contended with four turnovers and a rushing game that managed just 3.21 yards a carry, an effort that CMS will have trouble improving against the SCIAC’s best rushing defense. Cal Lutheran, coming off a 35-7 win over La Verne, is allowing just 84.2 yards a game on the ground and averaging 37 points a game, second in the conference. A lot of that has to do with QB Danny Jones, who has thrown for 12 touchdowns and 981 yards in five games. Idle: La Verne, Pomona-Pitzer. Chaffey vs. College of the Desert Site: College of the Desert Time: 7 p.m. Records: Chaffey 3-3, 3-1; Desert 4-3, 3-2 Outlook: A Foothill Conference title doesn’t appear within reach, what with Grossmont still unbeaten in conference. But a bowl game, perhaps even a playoff bowl game, could happen for the Panthers – ranked 13th in Southern California – if they win out. And there are plenty of reasons to suggest that is a possibility for the Panthers, who scored a 43-20 win over San Diego Mesa last week. Bernard Payton (116.4 yards a game) has emerged as a running back capable of carrying the load. The offense is averaging 380 yards a game and the defense is allowing just 260 yards a game, eighth best in the state. Even better, the linemen are getting healthy as Chaffey heads down the home stretch of the season. College of the Desert, ranked 20th in Southern California, suffered a 65-7 loss to Grossmont last week. But Desert can move the ball on offense, especially on the ground with A.J. Scott (103 yards a game) leading a rushing attack that will prove to be quite a test for a Chaffey defense that is ranked No. 1 in the conference against the run. Citrus vs. No. 25 Glendale center_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

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