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Sept. 28, 2012 (Week 5)


Power Valencia-SCVTV Game of the Week:

Hart 41

Santa Monica 7


Canyon 49

Steele Canyon 49


Loyola 24

Valencia 14


Simi Valley 44

Golden Valley 12


Saugus & West Ranch bye

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