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Roundup: Cathedral, Mater Dei both hit hard in Honor Bowl

State pride was on the line, and Friday’s Honor Bowl doubleheader didn’t go the way the San Diego teams had hoped.

Mater Dei Catholic, ranked No. 7 in San Diego, was beaten 35-16 by Mesa Red Mountain, the No. 7 team in Arizona.

In the nightcap, Cathedral Catholic, ranked No. 2 in San Diego and No. 5 in California, suffered the worst defeat in school history, losing 63-7 to Chandler of Arizona, the No. 10-ranked team in the nation.

Mater Dei and Cathedral Catholic were both state champions last season.

Cathedral Catholic/University of San Diego High has been playing football since 1959. Only once have the Dons given up more than 60 points — and that was in a 71-62 shootout win over Orange Lutheran in the Southern California playoffs last season.

Thanks to research by Partleton Sports, the Dons have given up 50 points three times — 57 last year to Corona Centennial and to Mira Mesa in 2002 as well 56 to Marian (now Mater Dei Catholic) in 2001.

Six times, Cathedral Catholic has surrendered fewer than 100 points in a season, including 71 in a nine-game schedule in 1965 and 84 in 13 games in 1984.

In the last two weeks, the Dons (1-2) have been outscored 105-14 by Corona Centennial and Chandler.

“We hit our goals,” said Chandler coach Rick Garretson, a receiver on the 1977 San Diego State team, perhaps the best team in school history.

“The first was to win the game. The second was to beat an out-of-state team. The third was to represent Arizona.”

Chandler quarterback Dylan Raiolo completed 15 of 18 passes for 389 yards and three TDs. A junior, he has committed to Ohio State. After the game, he was whisked away to attend Saturday’s Notre Dame-Ohio State game.

Chandler rolled up 402 yards total offense while Cathedral Catholic had 156 — 140 passing.

Mater Dei Catholic is 0-3, losing to Cathedral Catholic, Carlsbad and Red Mountain.

Crusaders quarterback Dominic Nankil completed 19 of 32 passes for 196 yards. He was harassed all night by a large and active Red Mountain defense.

“Red Mountain is a really good team,” Nankil said. “Their defense really got after the quarterback.

“Our team isn’t used to losing. As a senior captain, I have to keep out heads on straight.

“When we get to practice Monday, the goal is to go 1-0 next week.”

Top 10 Fared

Inglewood 35, No. 1 Carlsbad 18: Carlsbad (1-1) fell behind 28-6 and couldn’t recover against the No. 8 team in the state.

Mesa (Ariz.) Chandler 63, No. 2 Cathedral Catholic 7

No. 3 Madison vs. Phoenix Desert Vista: Late Saturday.

No. 4 Helix 24, Mesa (Ariz.) Mountain View) 21: Jason Cisneros had TD runs of 87 and 22 yards for Helix (3-0). The Highlanders’ Adren Parker had a 4-yard TD reception from QB Ryland Jessee.

No. 5 Lincoln 27, Ventura St. Bonaventure 24: Lincoln RB Roderick Robinson gained 307 yards on 20 carries and scored three TDs. Corey Thompson-Miller caught two passes for 82 yards and a TD for the Hornets (2-1).

Palmdale Highland 36, No. 6 Mission Hills 16: Mission Hills (2-1) QB Keaton Smith threw TD passes to Lucas Scott and Johnny Williams. Johnny Reyes had a FG. It was 99 degrees at kickoff in the High Desert.

Phoenix Red Mountain 35, No. 7 Mater Dei Catholic 16

No. 8 Poway 27, No. 9 Ramona 19: Poway RB Conner Rath went off in the second half. After rushing eight times for just 42 yards before halftime, the senior had 15 carries for 223 yards and three TDs in the second half. He finished with 23 carries for 265 yards as Poway (3-0) rallied from a 13-7 halftime deficit against Ramona (2-1). The Bulldogs were led by QB Colin Lester, who was 13 for 25 for 168 yards while also rushing for two TDs.

Phoenix Pinnacle 43, No. 10 El Camino 6: Devin Cerda scored on a 3-yard run for El Camino (2-1). QB Carson Howard completed 19 of 28 for 193 yards, Kobe Johnson had nine catches for 94 yards.

Elsewhere

Montgomery 12, Mount Miguel 7: QB Nate Ong scored on a sneak with a minute to play, leading Montgomery (2-1) to its second straight win. Isaac Cervantes rushed for 90 yards on 16 carries and Gideon Baraka led the defense with 10 tackles, three for a loss.

Hilltop 21, Chula Vista 19: Luis Mendoza had three pass receptions for 52 yards and a TD and had an 11-yard rushing TD as Hilltop (2-1) edged Chula Vista (0-3) in the annual Kiwanis Bowl. It was Hilltop’s sixth victory in the last seven meetings with Chula Vista.

Rancho Buena Vista 46, Vista 8: RBV’s Gino Trapasso rushed 24 times for 269 yards and three TDs. QB Connor Underhill threw for 171 yards with TD strikes to Jayden Finley, TJ McKinnie and Jayden Brisco. Finley caught three balls for 100 yards. Elijah Oshima had a 33-yard TD run for the Longhorns (3-0).

West Hills 24, Olympian 0: For Olympian (1-2), it was the second straight setback after opening with a win over Westview.

Fallbrook 67, San Ysidro 0: The Fallbrook (2-1) defense pitched its second straight shutout. Chris Bausch had six carries for 117 yards. Peyton Van Elk caught three passes for 117 yards and two scores. QB Evan Thomas completed 8 of 15 for 150 yards and three TDs. This was the most points by a Fallbrook team since scoring 69 vs. Orange Glen in 2015. Junior Gutierrez had 12 tackles for San Ysidro (1-2), his third straight game with double-digit tackles.

San Marcos 41, Steele Canyon 18: Kreet Makihele completed 18 of 25 passes for 285 yards and four scores for San Marcos (2-1). Jase Nix had nine catches for 190 yards and three TDs. Cameron Purnell had a 43-yard interception return for a TD and Josh Ball had a 42-yard TD interception return. Major Givens rushed 25 times for 173 yards and three scores for Steele Canyon (1-2).

San Clemente 17, La Costa Canyon 0: QB Jack Splavec, subbing for the injured Conner Annicharico, threw for 140 yards, but LCC fell to 1-2. Bode Estabrook had seven catches for 70 yards. Cooper Mau had 12 tackles while Kaeden Miller and Simon Schaffer each had eight.

West Hills 24, Olympian 0: West Hills (2-1) QB Collin Dill had 184 yards of total offense, including 123 on the ground and a 48-yard TD run. West Hills’ Jack Tracy recorded three sacks. Diego Calderson scored a pair of TDs and rushed 20 times for 118 yards. Tyler Haley had a 41-yard field goal.

Mt. Carmel 26, Valley Center 23: QB Josh Bell completed eight of his first nine pass attempts and finished 21 of 26 for 183 yards and a TD for Mt. Carmel (2-1). WR Drew Ventimiglia caught seven passes for 58 yards, and RB Axel Enriquez rushed for 83 yards and two TDs on 23 carries. Drew Brei kicked a pair of FGs. Valley Center (1-2) nearly overcame a 26-7 deficit with 16 fourth-quarter points highlighted by Jake Dunckel’s 50-yard punt return for a TD.

Granite Hills 28, Oceanside 0: Isaiah Jackson rushed for TDs of 2 and 17 yards. No’koi Maddox had a 48-yard TD reception from Nico Tomasello. Easton Peterson had an interception for Granite Hills (2-1), while teammate Jordan Glaze had a fumble recovery. Oceanside is 0-3.

Torrey Pines 35, Rancho Bernardo 0: QB Remi Baere completed 5 of 7 passes for 133 yards and Alex Taylor rushed 11 times for 110 yards and two TDs for Torrey Pines (1-2). Andy Livingston had 14 tackles. Rancho Bernardo falls to 0-3.

La Jolla Country Day 35, Classical Academy 28: QB Bito Bass-Sulpizio was 35 for 45 for 384 yards and two TDs for La Jolla Country Day (3-0). Charlie Gooding caught 12 passes for 75 yards, Madden Craig had nine catches for 133 yards and a TD and Patrick Jette had a 38-yard TD catch. Craig also returned an interception 29 yards for a TD. Chris Hughes had a late interception. Life Pollard rushed for 134 yards, passed for 71 yards and had two rushing TDs for Classical (2-1).

Kearny 42, Southwest-San Diego 13: QB Brodie Stump completed 24 of 34 passes for 310 yards and four TDs with no interceptions for Kearny (3-0). He rushed for 70 yards and two scores with a long run of 48 yards. Isaiah Sutton caught six passes for 119 yards and two TDs. Max Vaughn blocked a punt and caught two passes for 37 yards and a TD. The Komets had three OL starting in new positions and didn’t allow a sack. Southwest is 2-1.

Castle Park 51, Orange Glen 14: Senior RB Jeremiah Simler and sophomore RB Lydell Hampton combined for just 15 carries but 227 yards and four TDs for Castle Park (1-2). Simler had five carries for 115 yards while Hampton had 10 carries for 112 yards and four TDs. Noah Mathews led the defense that shut down Orange Glen (0-3) with nine tackles, including eight solo stops.

Escondido Charter 70, Tri-City Christian 0: QB Skylar MacMahon passed for five touchdowns, ran five yards for a TD and caught a TD pass for Escondido Charter (3-0), which built a 63-0 halftime lead. John Scates returned a fumble for a TD. This marks the most points in a game ever for the White Tigers, who have outscored three opponents this season 160-9.

Santa Fe Christian 33, Francis Parker 13: RB Jeremy Love led the ground attack for Santa Fe Christian (2-1) with five carries for 165 yards and two TDs. He scored twice as the Eagles rushed for 459 yards. PJ Rogers had seven tackles and two sacks and Cason Keller had six tackles. Jackson Giek was 6 for 9 passing for 160 yards and two TDs for Parker (1-2). Chris Williams had 13 tackles, including nine solo stops, and forced two fumbles. Ethan Sanfigual added 11 tackles and Parker Keyes had seven tackles.

Bishop’s 69, Beverly Hills 0: Bishop’s (2-1) raced to a 55-0 halftime lead in the largest shutout margin in a victory since beating Classical Academy 73-0 in 2017.

Del Norte 34, San Pasqual 17: After losing to San Pasqual in 2012 and 2013, Del Norte (3-0) won this year’s battle between undefeated teams by outscoring the Eagles 20-7 in the second half. After San Pasqual (2-1) missed a field goal, the Nighthawks scored on QB Jack Schneider’s 6-yard pass to push the lead to a comfortable 20-10.

Army-Navy 57, Calipatria 0: Army-Navy is 3-0 for the first time since 2012. The Warriors have outscored three opponents 110-0.

La Habra 35, Eastlake 28: Although Eastlake (0-3) scored a season-high 28 points, the Titans were still unable to record the victory against the visiting Southern Section team that collected its first win. QB Fabian Gerbella had 110 yards on nine carries, including a 45-yard TD. He was 12 of 19 for 148 yards and a TD passing.

Sweetwater 20, Canyon Hills 19: Sweetwater (2-1) stopped a 2-point conversion with a minute to play for its second straight win. The Red Devils attempted just three passes but ran 46 times for 257 yards and all three scores. Gabriel Sanchez led the way with 47 yards and a TD on nine carries.

Mira Mesa 42, Otay Ranch 17: Makei Thompson totaled 300 all-purpose yards for Mira Mesa (2-1), including 15 carries for 220 yards and three TDs. Chris Brown gained 110 yards from scrimmage, including a TD catch. Isaiah Waldon had 10 tackles, plus a 34-yard run for a TD. Alan Lopez ran a fake punt for 46 yards, kicked a 37-yard field goal and booted two extra points for Otay Ranch (0-3), off to its slowest start since 2016 when it was 0-4.

Redwood City Sequoia 14, Bonita Vista 7: A round-trip road trip of 976 miles and more than 15 hours proved frustrating to Bonita Vista, which fell to 0-2. Dante Scott caught six passes for 70 yards and a TD. Landon Wales paced the defense with 11 tackles. Sequoia improved to 2-0 by stopping the Barons inside the 10 late in the game.

Palm Desert 28, Central Union 26 (OT): In OT, Damian Rodriguez tossed to Sergio Garcia for a 35-yard TD, but a 2-point try to tie failed for Central (2-1). Rodriguez was 21 of 36 passing for 370 yards and two TDs. Garcia had nine catches for 129 yards and Arturo Estrada seven for 131. Charlie Sullivan had 112 rushing and 76 receiving yards for three TDs and added eight tackles.

Vincent Memorial 35, El Cajon Valley 21: Armando Apodaca scored on an 18-yard pass from Jacobo Elias on the first play of the fourth quarter to give visiting Vincent Memorial (3-0) a 28-21 lead. The Scots led 21-0 but El Cajon Valley (1-2) rallied to tie the game midway through the third quarter. Vincent’s Robert Carranza scored his second TD of the game on a 10-yard reception with five minutes remaining in the game for a two-score lead. El Cajon Valley’s Kal-el Gordon had a 50-yard TD run. Braves QB Darick Dubose scored on a 7-yard keeper as part of the 21-point rally.

Point Loma 52, Valhalla 0: Brady Allen scored on a 9-yard run and an 11-yard reception. Aaron Lee returned a punt 55 yards for a TD. Drake Cobb scored on a 29-yard reception. Noah Turbeville rushed for a 41-yard score. Point Loma improved to 2-1.

Scripps Ranch 21, Patrick Henry 14: Brandon Byrnes rushed for 101 yards and scored two TDs for Scripps (1-2). QB Rowen Wimmer threw his first TD passes for the Falcons. Henry fell to 0-2.

La Jolla 32, El Capitan 7: La Jolla’s Jackson Diehl completed 13 of 26 passes for 210 yards and four TDs, the scoring passes covering 24, 9, 69 and 7 yards. RB Justin Scully gained 101 yards on 22 carries and scored two TDs for the Vikings (2-1). Nick Sebro had two catches, both for TDs (24 and 69 yards). The Vikings’ defense forced two turnovers. For El Cap (2-1), Chad Allread had two sacks, and Angel Diaz gained 102 yards on eight carries.

Clairemont 38, Maranatha Christian 15: The win snapped a 14-game losing streak for Clairemont (1-2). Luke Landerer scored two TDs. Chase Dunleavy scored a TD and had an interception. The Chieftains rushed for more than 300 yards. Maranatha is 0-3.

Coronado 14, Santana 13 (OT): Elias Valdivia scored on a 25-yard TD run on the first play of overtime for Coronado (2-1). After a penalty had Santana start its series on the 40 instead of the 25, Sultan Michael Valenzuela hauled in a 37-yard TD pass on a fourth-down heave by QB Alex Rico, but a pass attempt on a 2-point conversion try fell short. Coronado’s Abraham Burk had two sacks, while teammate Jaden Banner had an interception.

University City 54, Brawley 7: UC QB Samuel Cooper IV accounted for 350 yards in total offense and scored six TDs. Cooper passed for 246 yards, rushed for 104, threw for three scores and rushed for three more. Dreyden Garner had 150 receiving yards and two TD catches for the Centurions (2-1). Roman Rodriguez had 107 yards in total offense and caught a TD pass. Brawley is 1-2.

Warren Downey 56, Grossmont 0

Whittier Christian 40, O’Farrell Charter 8

Imperial 43, Yuma Cibola 0

Yuma Gila Ridge 27, Southwest-El Centro 7

Palo Verde Valley 56, Yuma Kofa 6

8-Man Results

Foothills Christian 48, Calvin Christian 12

California Lutheran 52, Warner 0

St. Joseph Academy 38 Rock Academy 18

Victory Christian Academy 46, Cornerstone Christian 0

San Pasqual Academy 30, Coastal Academy 28

San Diego Jewish Academy 30, Los Angeles Milken o

Borrego Springs 51, Julian 0

Freelance writers Don Norcross, Terry Monahan, Steve Brand, Ramon Scott, Adam Paul and Rick Hoff contributed to this report.