The Alisal High football team went to 3-0 with a 44-0 win Friday against Del Mar in San Jose.
The Trojans scored on their opening drive on a 2-yard run by Lorenzo Novoa.
Ricky Muniz, who rushed for about 110 yards on 14 carries, set up the second score by carrying to the1-yard-line. From there, Eddie Guzman scored.
Guzman then took a fumble on an Del Mar exchange and dashed 75 yards for another touchdown and a 21-0 Alisal halftime lead.
He also kicked a 30-yard field goal.
Jovan Villalobos and Martin Sandoval scored Alisal touchdowns in the second half.
Hilmar 32, North County 13: At Hilmar, the Condors trailed 32-0 at halftime but a strong finish closed the gap.
Isiah Garcia came into quarterback the Condors in the second half and scored both North County touchdowns. He ran 80 yards for one score and 20 yards for the other.
North County threatened to score again late in the fourth quarter.
Monterey 48, Santee (San Diego) 7: At Monterey, it was a long bus ride from Northeast San Diego County, and it’s going to be longer going back.
The Toreadores scored seven straight touchdowns to go up 48-0 late in the game. Monterey (2-0), which opened up last week at home against Gridley, had outscored its opponents 97-7.
The Toreadores return to action Friday at Pacific Grove.
St. Francis Central Coast Catholic 44, Marina 0: At MPC, after losing to Greenfield and King City to start the season, the Sharks got on track by rolling past Marina in its season opener.
St. Francis shot out to a 24-0 lead in the first half and never looked back. Marina plays Sept. 22 at Harbor.
Monte Vista Christian 58, Gilroy 20: At Gilroy, Gilroy led 13-6 before MVC scored 47 unanswered points to win going away.
MVC (3-0) led 37-13 at halftime. They have scored 50 or more points in all three games.
Next up is King City on Friday on the road.
Gilroy (0-3) hosts Pajaro Valley on Friday.
Pacific Grove 41, Christopher 35: At Pacific Grove, the Breakers held on in a thrilling back-and-forth game.
Keenan Selbicky scored the game-winning TD on a 52-yard run with 8:34 remaining in the game.
Girls water polo
Hollister 18, Santa Catalina 10: At Catalina, the Haybalers outscored the Cougars 7-3 in the final period to give Catalina its first loss of the year.
Caitlin Schafer paced Hollister with nine goals. Catalina’s Allie Loomis had four goals, one assist and four steals and Kendra Hoffman had three goals and three saves.
Santa Catalina (3-1 overall and MBL Gabilan Division) plays Tuesday against Soquel at Cabrillo College.
Stevenson 3, Oakwood 0: At Oakwood, the Pirates picked up the sweep, winning 25-13, 25-13, 25-10.
Paris Mendes had seven kills and Dani Marangoni-Simonsen had eight aces for Stevenson (5-4) who opens up MTAL play Tuesday at home against Carmel.
Soledad 3, Monterey 1: At Soledad, the Aztecs topped theToreadores in a non-league match by the scores of 22-25, 25-21, 25-17, 25-23.
Elisa Martinez led Soledad with 11 kills, Maria Godoy added nine and Sidney Sitko 6. Soledad (3-1) opens MTAL play Tuesday at home against Anzar.
Monterey’s Jessica Garrett had 18 digs and Sasha Krnic had 11 kills. The Toreadores open MBL Pacific Division play Tuesday at Alvarez.
MPC Tourney: The Lobos went 2-0 at their home tournament, posting wins over College of the Sequoias and West Valley.
MPC (4-1) defeated COS 23-25, 25-18, 25-14, 25-17 and West Valley 25-21, 25-16, 25-19.
Santa Catalina 3, Notre Dame 0: At Palma, Emma Russell scored two first-half goals off assists from Daisy Villegas and Tandy Johnson added the third goal.
Sophia White had a strong game at midfield and Amy Sublett anchored the defense.
The Cougars (1-2 MTAL) play Thursday at Monterey. Notre Dame (0-2) plays Monday at home against North Salinas.
Carmel 5, Stevenson 1: At Stevenson, Rosie Whitehead and Hanna Smith each had two goals and an assist to lead the Padres.
Lilly Young added two assists and Brianna Harris had three saves. Mel Bergholz scored for Stevenson.
Carmel (3-0 MTAL) plays Saturday against Davis High at North Salinas.
Boys water polo
Christopher 19, Alvarez 0: At Christopher, the Grizzlies picked up their first MBL Pacific win while the Eagles remain winless in league.
Alvarez (0-3) plays Tuesday at home against San Lorenzo Valley.