The fourth week of the San Diego Section high school football season took place this weekend. Here’s everything you need to know.
No. 1 Cathedral Catholic had no trouble with No. 6 Helix, shutting out the Highlanders 52-0. They’ll head to De La Salle on Friday.
No. 2 Carlsbad found themselves in a battle with El Camino, before pulling out a 28-14 victory.
No. 3 Lincoln had their game cancelled against Mira Mesa after the passing of Marauder head coach Chris Thompson last week.
No. 4 Mater Dei Catholic was off for the second consecutive week.
No. 5 Mission Hills got back in the win column with a 41-0 win over La Costa Canyon to open up Avocado League play.
No. 7 Scripps Ranch traveled out of section to Elsinore and took care of business with a 42-7 win to improve to 4-0.
No. 8 Torrey Pines dispatched No. 9 Poway with a 26-6 win. Senior safety Griffin Grant had 13 tackles and an interception for the Falcons.
No. 10 Mt. Carmel beat Valhalla, 38-0. The Sun Devils haven’t allowed a point in nine quarters.
Rancho Bernardo recorded a big win over Grossmont, 32-6. The Broncos had three sacks, three interceptions and a blocked punt.
Santa Fe Christian beat Christian, 28-15. Running back Cooper Whitton had 160 total yards and three touchdowns.
Madison picked up their third consecutive win, beating Ramona on the road 28-12.
Eastlake handled Granite Hills, shutting out the Eagles 31-0.
San Pasqual’s offense was firing on all cylinders in their 69-7 victory over Westview.
St. Augustine ended their three-game losing streak with a 27-0 shutout win over Steele Canyon.
Oceanside beat San Marcos, 40-20. Max Mullen threw four touchdown passes for the Pirates, connecting with Blake Heisinger on three of them.
Point Loma won their first game of the season, taking down Patrick Henry 37-28.
Bishop’s kicked a last second field goal to take down University City, 20-18.