What happened in the eighth week of San Diego Section high school football? Here’s everything you need to know

The eighth 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 their bye week as they prepare for their final three regular season games.

No. 2 Carlsbad picked up a road win against San Marcos, 42-17. Quarterback Julian Sayin tossed five touchdown passes.

No. 3 Lincoln stayed unbeaten in the Western League with a 41-6 win over La Jolla. The Hornets returned two interceptions for touchdowns and also returned a punt for a touchdown.

No. 4 Mater Dei Catholic remained undefeated, beating league foe Otay Ranch, 41-7.

No. 5 Mission Hills took down Rancho Bernardo, 35-10, in their final non-league game of the regular season.

No. 6 Torrey Pines rebounded from their last-second loss against Carlsbad with a dominating 35-7 win at El Camino. Wyatt Gardner scored three times for the Falcons.

No. 7 Scripps Ranch moved to 6-0 with a 54-8 win over Morse. The Falcons have scored 42 points or more in each of their six games.

No. 8 Mt. Carmel shutout Del Norte in the second half to beat the Nighthawks, 22-13. Mt. Carmel had six sacks, an interception, and a forced fumble.

No. 9 Helix put up a strong effort against Southern Section power Mission Viejo, but fell short against the Diablos, 38-21.

No. 10 Poway traveled south to Grossmont and emerged with a 20-14 win over the Foothillers.

Madison trailed St. Augustine 14-6 late in the 3rd quarter before mounting a comeback for a 29-22 win.

West Hills moved to 7-0 with a 49-14 victory over El Cajon Valley.

Santa Fe Christian won at Classical Academy, 45-14, to move to 7-0

La Costa Canyon extended their winning streak to three with a 30-21 win over Oceanside.

Mira Mesa traveled north and got a win over Moorpark, 20-12.

Eastlake dominated Hilltop, 50-0, to record their second straight shutout.

Granite Hills lost to St. Francis (La Cañada) 34-25.

Ramona beat Escondido, 48-7, to stay atop the Valley League standings.

Valley Center started fast on their way to a 31-14 win over Fallbrook.

Santana bounced back from their first loss of the season with a 20-7 win over Monte Vista.

Rancho Buena Vista came from behind to grab a road league win at San Pasqual.

La Jolla Country Day used a balanced attack to take down O’Farrell, 63-6.

Bishop’s was in control from start to finish in their 55-6 victory against Francis Parker.

El Capitan beat Mt. Miguel 35-28 for their fourth straight victory. Savigon Yokley rushed for two touchdowns and passed one to his brother Antwone.

Point Loma beat Canyon Hills, 42-8.

San Diego traveled out to Coronado and handled the Islanders, 56-14, in a City League battle.

Mission Bay held off Crawford, 28-22, to keep pace in the Central League.

Westview put an end to their losing streak with a 42-35 win over Vista.

Patrick Henry exploded for 52 points, holding University City to 29 in a City League matchup.

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