JSerra’s second-ranked football team completed a clean sweep of its nonleague season by posting a 50-10 victory against visiting Faith Lutheran of Nevada on Friday.
Sammy Green sparked the Lions early with a 2-yard touchdown run and wide receiver Tarik Luckett added a 51-yard touchdown reception from Caden Bell as JSerra (5-0) started to roll.
The Lions have a bye next week before opening the Trinity League against St. John Bosco, which beat Chaminade 56-20 on Friday to also improve to 5-0.
St. John Bosco will play host to JSerra on Sept. 28.
In other games Friday:
No. 7 Los Alamitos 24, Carson 14: John Newman returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown to help lead the visiting Griffins (3-1), who overcame five turnovers to collect a third consecutive victory.
No. 10 Capistrano Valley 55, Trabuco Hills 7: Nathan Manning tossed five touchdowns in the first half and broke a 66-yard touchdown run on his birthday to lead the visiting Cougars (5-0). Tommy Dickman also returned a punt 80 yards for a score in the first half. It was Capistrano Valley’s second punt return for a TD in as many weeks.
No. 21 El Toro 49, Saddleback Valley Christian 13: Jake Landry caught three of Austin Stover’s four touchdowns and returned an interception for a touchdown to lead Chargers (4-1). El Toro led 13-7 at halftime before pulling away in the second half.
Stover, unranked in the preseason Hot 150 Orange County player rankings, has 16 touchdowns in five games.
El Dorado 29, No. 15 El Modena 27: The unranked Golden Hawks (2-2) upset the visiting Vanguards (3-1).
Sonora 34, Esperanza 10: Michael Arreguin returned an interception for a score and Chandler Thompson scored three TDs to lead the visiting Raiders (1-3) at Yorba Linda.
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