Week 2 (Nonleague)

No. 1 Corona Centennial 42, vs. Orange Lutheran 14
— Huskies bounce back in a big way in first game on new turf.
No. 2 Vista Murrieta 41, at Corona Santiago 13
— Broncos displayed tremendous depth with Cole Dubots, others out.
Upland 44, No. 3 Redlands East Valley 34
— Wildcats and Highlanders put up early contender for Game of the Year.
Aurora (Colo.) Grandview 50, No. 4 Murrieta Valley 49
— Nighthawks lose after out-of-town opponents convert two-point try.
No. 4 Rancho Cucamonga 49, Chino Don Lugo 7
— Cougars strong in all three facets in runaway win.
No. 5 San Bernardino Cajon 32, at Fontana Kaiser 8
— Jayden Daniels, Cowboys look strong in their return from a bye week.
No. 6 Fontana Summit 36, at San Bernardino San Gorgonio 25
— Five-star recruit Stephen Carr runs for all five touchdowns.
No. 7 Chino Hills 28, vs. Broomfield (Colo.) Legacy 24
— Huskies continue to find a way to win tough games.
No. 8 Menifee Heritage 45, at Cathedral City 13
— Patriots have scored 40-plus in every game so far.
Sante Fe Springs St. Paul 17, No. 9 Riverside Notre Dame 0
— Game halted in the third quarter after brawl breaks out on field.
No. 10 MoVal Rancho Verde 50, vs. Ridgecrest Burroughs 30
— Mustangs stick it to one of Jeff Steinberg’s old employers

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