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OAK HILLS 35, FONTANA 16: Marshaun Coprich scored three touchdowns, and the Bulldogs rallied from an early 13-point deficit to remain unbeaten with a 35-16 win Friday night.
On the Bulldogs' second offensive play, quarterback Dave Richardson was sacked and lost a fumble at Oak Hills' 2-yard line, and Miller proceeded to score.
HESPERIA CHRISTIAN 46, LAGUNA BLANCA 40: Hesperia Christian rallied from a late deficit to beat Laguna Blanca 46-40 in a nonleague game Saturday afternoon.
The Patriots trailed 40-37 late in the fourth quarter when Bobby Harrity tackled an Owls running back in the end zone for a safety. Hesperia Christian took the ensuing kickoff and marched down the field for the winning touchdown. Quarterback Keifer Lux found Tim Hammill for a 22-yard touchdown pass with 1 minute, 6 seconds remaining for the winning score.
VICTOR VALLEY 7, SULTANA 35: With a defense stacking up against the run and one member of a very good two-back tandem sitting out with an illness, it was time for Sultana to take to the air.
The result was another blowout win to help the Sultans improve to 4-0. The Sultans made Victor Valley their latest victim in a 35-7 victory at Jay Reed Field.
Prep girls volleyball
OAK HILLS 3, SULTANA 0: At Hesperia, Celina Diaz had 23 digs, 15 kills and five aces to help the Bulldogs sweep the Sultans in a Mojave River League match Wednesday, 25-21, 25-22 and 25-19.
Paola Delgadillo added 21 assists and four kills, and Alyx Shishido contributed with 22 digs and three kills for Oak Hills (8-3, 3-2 MRL).
For Sultana (0-5 MRL), Britta Gaaf had 13 kills, eight digs and one ace; Heidi Feldberg put up four kills, five blocks and two digs; Sierra Prescott finished with four aces, 15 assists and six digs; and Lacy Castillo tallied 10 kills, one dig and one block.
HESPERIA CHRISTIAN 3, EXCELSIOR 2: At Hesperia, the Patriots stayed undefeated in Agape League play with a 24-26, 25-17, 25-14, 19-25, 15-13 win over the Eagles on Thursday.
HCS had 25 service aces to help them pull out the win.
"We were able to find some holes in their serve-receives, and that made a big impact," Patriots coach Kelli Hodgson said.
Sierra Murphy had 12 of the service aces as well as 14 digs to lead HCS, while Jackie Becerra-Guevara had 16 kills and 14 digs.
Alex Reuger led Excelsior with nine kills, while Katie Bevan and Allee Smith each had eight. Smith also had 45 assists.
HESPERIA CHRISTIAN 3, APPLE VALLEY CHRISTIAN 0: At Apple Valley, the Patriots swept the Warriors 25-21, 25-10 and 25-12 in an Agape League match.
Olivia Hough had 15 assists, nine digs and three aces to lead Hesperia Christian (5-1, 3-0 AL). Jackie Becerra-Guivara and Emilee Helm each had five kills.
Jeni Eklund tallied seven blocks and five kills; Christina Seaton had three kills and 14 assists; and Hannah Bartlett put up two aces and 10 digs for AVC (0-7, 0-3 AL).
SERRANO 3, HESPERIA 2: At Hesperia, the Diamondbacks remained undefeated in MRL play with a 25-20, 25-17, 20-25, 18-25, 15-4 win over the Scorpions on Monday.
Nohelly Brown led Serrano with 13 kills and 22 digs. Kaylee Minnick had 13 kills and three blocks; Sonya Rosales dished out 48 assists; and Amy Winkler added 24 digs.
Nicole Reisor had 33 assists, 16 digs, two blocks and one ace for Hesperia (1-3 MRL). Maeghan Higgins tallied nine kills and 31 digs; Taylor Winchester had 17 kills, 20 digs and one ace; Shey Smith had nine kills and one block; and Khili Evans added 12 digs and one ace.
Prep girls tennis
SULTANA 10, OAK HILLS 8: At Hesperia, the Sultans got revenge on the Bulldogs to move into a second-place tie in the Mojave River League on Wednesday. Oak Hills beat Sultana in the teams' previous matchup.
Jessy Moffett swept her matches 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 and Luo Quian bounced back from getting swept against the Bulldogs last time to win two of her three sets Wednesday.
GRANITE HILLS 16, SULTANA 2: At Apple Valley, a day after jumping into the CIF-Southern Section Division 4 rankings the Cougars picked up another blowout win against Sultana (2-3) in a nonleague match Tuesday.
OAK HILLS 13, APPLE VALLEY 5: At Apple Valley, the Bulldogs improved to 3-1 in the Mojave River League with a big win against the Sun Devils (0-3) on Monday.
SERRANO 16, HESPERIA 2: At Hesperia, the Diamondbacks remained perfect in MRL play with a win over the Scorpions (1-4 MRL) on Monday.