What happened in the fourth week of LA City Section high school football? Here’s everything you need to know

The fourth week of the LA City Section high school football season took place this weekend. Here’s everything you need to know.

No. 1 San Pedro blanked Bell 56-0.

No. 2 Banning beat North Torrance 54-40. Senior San Jose State commit Jakob Galloway rushed for 385 yards and four TDs.

No. 3 Birmingham lost to Westlake 9-6. Kingston Tisdell hit Arlis Boardingham for the lone Patriots TD.

No. 4 Palisades beat Reseda 33-14. Daniel Anoh rushed for a 75-yard TD in the victory.

No. 5 Garfield beat Torres 50-0.

No. 6 Venice beat Santa Monica 26-0. Junior Paul Kessler threw three TDs to three different receivers.

In the upset of the week, No. 7 Dorsey fell to Roosevelt 30-7. Jared Andrade rushed for three touchdowns for the Roughriders.

No. 8 Eagle Rock beat Fairfax 35-21.

No. 9 Kennedy beat No. 10 Granada Hills 14-8.

In other games, Hawkins beat Narbonne 34-0. Taft won its second game of the year against Rivera 49-0. Carson won its first game of the season 34-0 over Temple City. Cleveland beat Canoga Park 21-7 to pick up their first victory of the year.

Lincoln moved to 4-0 with a 47-28 win over Huntington Park. Chatsworth blanked North Hollywood 20-0. The Chancellors are now 4-0. Hamilton beat St. Monica 50-31 to move to 4-0. Dymally beat Gardena 22-0 to move to 2-0.

Marshall beat Hollywood 68-0. Jefferson beat Fremont 34-28. In their first game of the season, Washington Prep beat LA high 22-8. Arleta beat Santee 37-0. Verdugo Hills beat Wilson 14-8. Grant won over Sylmar 28-19.

El Camino Real fell to Calabasas 30-20. Burroughs beat Westchester 21-6.

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