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LA North: Five things from the weekend

October, 11, 2010

1. The Westlake football team remained undefeated with a 56-6 win over Simi Valley. It was another ho-hum game for the Warriors. Quarterback Nick Isham threw for 164 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown on two carries. Tavior Mowry rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown on five carries. Westlake gained 233 rushing yards. Westlake (5-0) leads the Marmonte League after four games. Four teams are tied for second with 3-1 records. St. Bonaventure beat Newbury Park, 42-14, Oaks Christian beat Royal, 50-20, Moorpark beat Calabasas, 34-7, and Thousand Oaks beat Agoura, 21-12. Thousand Oaks, which lost starting running back Rickey Minyard to a foot injury against Agoura, and Oaks Christian play on Friday night. One of those two teams will fall out of second place. Moorpark will have its hands full against Westlake on Friday night.

2. Two teams from the Serra League are undefeated in nonleague play. Alemany and Bishop Amat will take undefeated records into league play. Alemany shut out Beverly Hills, 53-0, to improve to 5-0. Crespi is 5-1 against nonleague opponents and has big wins against Clovis West and Vista Murrieta. Crespi is coming off a 53-47 win over Woodland Hills Taft. Kenny Stenhouse set another school record with six touchdown passes and threw for 364 yards against Taft. Loyola is 3-3 in nonleague play and is coming off perhaps its biggest win of the season, 39-24, over Valencia, which was No. 8 in the ESPNLA.com top 25 rankings. Alemany, the No. 9 team in the ESPNLA.com rankings, opens Serra League play against No. 13 Crespi on Oct. 22. Crespi plays Bishop Amat in their league opener on Friday.

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