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From games played on Saturday, September 8

Pee Wee Division

Oxnard Black 38 Newbury Park 6
Oxnard 8 Burbank 40
Ventura Black 14 Moorpark 28
Calabasas 26 Canyon 56
N. Oxnard Red 6 Ventura White 8
Thousand Oaks 38 Valley Orange 0
Valley Black 32 Santa Clarita Warriors 8
Highland Bulldogs 8 Santa Clarita Chiefs 28
Palmdale 34 West Valley 0
Pee Wee BYE: Lancaster, Highland Eagles, Camarillo

Bantam Division

Agoura White 38 Burbank White 0
Oxnard 0 N. Oxnard Red 52
Simi Blue 38 Thousand Oaks Green 12
Agoura Blue 20 N. Oxnard White 39
Calabasas 0 Newbury Park Gold 28
Simi Red 0 Camarillo Blue 24
Thousand Oaks White 18 N. Oxnard Gray 12
Ventura Black 20 Moorpark 0
Camarillo Black 36 Newbury Park Black 6
Ventura Orange 14 N. Oxnard Black 18
Burbank Black 42 Canyon Green 0
Valley White 0 Lancaster 38
Burbank Green 8 Santa Clarita Redskins 0
Valley Orange 20 Canyon Gold 14
Highland Bulldogs 28 Santa Clarita Apaches 0
Palmdale 28 West Valley 0
Santa Clarita Chiefs 0 Highland Eagles 20
Valley Black 40 Santa Clarita Seminoles 0

Midget Division

Agoura 0 N. Oxnard Black 20
Camarillo White 28 Moorpark 6
Calabasas Silver 21 Simi 12
Camarillo Blue 24 Ventura Black 12
Oxnard 8 N. Oxnard Red 12
Thousand Oaks Green 16 Canyon Gold 32
Ventura Orange 0 Newbury Park 28
Burbank Black 0 West Valley 30
Santa Clarita Warriors 8 Highland Eagles 56
Santa Clarita Apaches 36 Canyon Green 24
Valley 6 Burbank Green 44
Highland Bulldogs 6 Santa Clarita Aztecs 42
Palmdale 16 Lancaster 20
Midget BYE: Santa Clarita Seminoles, Calabasas Black, Thousand Oaks Black

Junior Division

Agoura 8 Thousand Oaks Black 29
Calabasas 22 Burbank Black 2
Camarillo 28 Thousand Oaks White 48
N. Oxnard Black 14 Newbury Park 0
Ventura Black 6 Canyon Green 8
Oxnard 12 Canyon Gold 40 Hueneme High
Simi 32 Palmdale 20
N. Oxnard Red 22 Santa Clarita Warriors 12
Burbank Green 38 Lancaster 64
Santa Clarita Indians 22 Moorpark 14
Valley 22 Santa Clarita Chiefs 0

Senior Division

Camarillo Blue 48 Simi 30
Agoura 36 Thousand Oaks 8
N. Oxnard White 0 Newbury Park 8
Camarillo Black W Moorpark L Moorpark Forfeit
N. Oxnard Black 34 Calabasas Silver 14
Oxnard 0 Ventura White 52
Burbank Gold 14 Highland Bulldogs 0
Canyon Gold 32 West Valley 12
Santa Clarita Blackhawks 18 Ventura Black 12
Burbank Green 44 Valley 12
Canyon Green 14 Lancaster 32
Calabasas Black 6 Santa Clarita Apaches 22

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