High school sports

Four locals post grid victories

FOUR of eight local high school football teams posted victories Friday night.

FOUR of eight local high school football teams posted victories Friday night.


Local teams went four-for-eight in games played Friday night involving schools serving the Garden Grove-Huntington Beach-Westminster area.

  • Sunny Hills 30, Santiago 14

The Cavaliers opened the season with a setback against the Lancers. Angel Tajimaroa led the purple attack with 185 yards passing and one TD. Dylan Ourng rushed for 49 yards and a touchdown.

  • Laguna Beach 47, Bolsa Grande 18

They grabbed an early 8-7 lead, but the Matadors couldn’t keep pace with the visiting Breakers. Cristian Najera caught one scoring pass (from Andrew Guillen) and ran for another touchdown in the loss.

  • Servite 17, Fountain Valley 0

It was a tough loss to a highly-rated team for the Barons. Ben Vallier led FVHS with 68 yards on the ground.

  • Orange 43, Costa Mesa 0

Five Panther players scored touchdowns in the big win over the Cowboys. Aaron Murray stood out the most, running for two touchdowns and 71 yards.

  • Los Amigos 32, Fairmont Prep 21

After falling behind 14-0 in the first quarter, the Lobos rallied. Steve Hernandez and Edgar Gallindo each ran for a pair of scores in the comeback win.

  • Marina 34, Dana Hills 14

Blaine Riederich ran for 200 yards – including an 83-yard run – and two touchdowns in the Vikings win. Noah Holmes caught two TD passes from Ian Green, with ended up with 117 yards in the air.

  • Huntington Beach 43, West Adams Prep 0

Nick Welch threw for the scores and Carson Contreras ran for three TD in the Oiler’s one-side win.

  • Brethren Christian 15, Ocean View 7

Xavier Salgado ran for a four-yard touchdown as the sole Seahawk score in their loss to the Warriors.


Edison High (1-0) takes on Tesoro at Huntington Beach High. The Titans open their season ranked 13th in Orange County; the Chargers are ninth.

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