By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN
Kamari Cotton-Moya passed for three touchdowns Friday to lead Ridgeview High to a 43-7 non-league victory over Foothill.
Cotton-Moya and the rest of Ridgeview's rushing attack combined for 250 total yards on 32 carries.
Ridgeview outgained the Trojans 372-174 with contributions from many players. Cotton-Moya completed passes to five wide receivers.
The Wolfpack (2-1) limited Foothill quarterback Destin Penn to just 17 yards on two completions and 13 rushing yards.
Foothill's Brandon Fanning ran 25 times for 135 yards, but the Trojans were unable to capitalize, fumbling three times and turning it over on downs twice inside the Wolf Pack 20-yard line.
The Wolf Pack built the halftime lead behind a 16-point second quarter that included two Cotton-Moya touchdown passes and never let up.
After the Trojans (0-2) put up their first points of the game near the end of the third quarter, Ridgeview scored the game's final 21 points.
-- Zak Cowan
West 56, North 0
Antonio Bernave had a safety, touchdowns on a kickoff return and 53-yard interception return and Stanley Dubard rushed for 142 yards and a touchdown for the Vikings.
West started quickly, marching 69 yards in just six plays on its opening drive, The touchdown was a 14-yard pitch and run from quarterback Enrique Salazar to JaVaundre Howington.
North drove to midfield, but the first of two interceptions by quarterback Austin Howard ended the threat. The North defense held for the remainder of the first quarter before Dubard started to get traction, gaining most of his 84 first-half yards in the second quarter with his touchdown.
Howard finished just 3 of 6 passing for 56 yards while the run heavy Stars continued to struggle on the ground amassing only 111 total yards rushing, lead by David Reyes' 70 yards.
West starting quarterback Enrique Salazar finished 4 of 5 for 45 yards and a touchdown as the Vikings leaned heavily on a running attack lead by Dubard which amassed nearly 250 total yards on the evening.
-- Ryan Ryles
Shafter 41, Selma 23
SELMA -- Shafter running back Derrick Barton rushed for 130 yards on 15 carries, scoring four touchdowns as the Generals defeated the Bears.
Shafter opened a 14-0 halftime lead before Selma scored 17 consecutive points to lead 17-14 in the third quarter. The Generals regained the lead with a Barton touchdown run and pulled away with three touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
Shafter quarterback Kyle Millwee completed 15-of-30 passes for 174 yards and one touchdown.
Mira Monte 35, East 28
Cowboy Ruiz tossed a 70-yard touchdown pass to Josh Cantu with less than a minute remaining to seal the win for the Lions.
Mira Monte had attempted a similar pass just one play earlier, but Cantu bobbled the ball with just one man to beat.
But he redeemed himself on the next play to beat the Blades.
His late-game heroics overshadowed a stellar game by East receiver Tevin Beasley. The 6-foot-4 senior hauled down seven passes for 117 yards.
Mira Monte's win wouldn't have happened without a big night from defensive back Mason Rollins. Rollins returned an interception 86 yards in the third quarter, to go along with another later in the game.
-- Francis Mayer
Northwest Christian 78,Cuyama Valley 28
CUYAMA VALLEY -- Michael Pope carried 19 times for 213 yards and two touchdowns and Christian Logan ran eight times for 168 yards and four scores to lead the Guardians to a non-league victory at Cuyama Valley. Devin Hilberg added another three touchdowns. On defense, Logan tallied 14 tackles and two interceptions for the Guardians (2-1).
Highland 24, Golden Valley 20
After the Bulldogs (1-2) scored the go-ahead touchdown with just 1:08 left, the Scots (1-2) came back with a 55 yard game-winning touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback Breaker Brennan.
Highland was led by senior running back Tre Ayers, who had 114 rushing yards, three touchdowns and the game-clinching interception. Brennan was 4-of-7 for 84 passing yards.
Golden Valley led 13-10 at halftime but turnovers proved costly in the second half.
Senior quarterback Alex Soto threw four interceptions including two on the Bulldogs' first two drives and the fouirth in the final seconds that ended Golden Valley's hopes.
-- Esteban Ramirez
Kennedy 28, McFarland 13
DELANO-- Hernan Garcia finished with 151 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries to lead Kennedy (2-1) past McFarland.