Week 7

No. 1 Corona Centennial 45, at Corona Santiago 7
— Huskies coach Matt Logan not happy with four turnovers.
No. 2 Rancho Cucamonga 65, Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos 7
— Cougars kind of rude first-time hosts to Grizzlies.
No. 3 Murrieta Valley 42, Temecula Chaparral 0
— Nighthawks cruise to easy win on backs of improving defense.
No. 4 Menifee Heritage 48, Elsinore 6
— Patriots’ running game dominated a good run-oriented opponent.
No. 5 Vista Murrieta 40, Murrieta Mesa 10
— Broncos put Week 6 loss to Murrieta Valley behind them.
Yucaipa 61, No. 6 San Bernardino Cajon 60, 4 OTs
— Cowboys let T’birds hang around long enough to be dangerous.
No. 7 Redlands East Valley 49, Fontana Miller 0
— Wildcats got the first shutout on a weekend full of zeros.
No. 8 MoVal Rancho Verde 70, MoVal Canyon Springs 0
— Mustangs really put a hurt on their old cross-town rival.
No. 9 Menifee Paloma Valley 71, Lake Elsinore Lakeside 0
— Wildcats put up a big number to make a league rival feel small.
No. 10 Norco 36, Riverside King 35
— Cougars needed a late interception to hold on to win.

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