By Mitch Chortkoff
Inglewood has an array of spectacular athletes, led by receiver Zaire Andre, who has committed to Washington State.
First-year coach Tony Reid has an outstanding offense that was dominant in a 49-0 rout of Beverly Hills last week. But the Sentinels have suffered several one-sided losses, including 50-12 to Burbank.
This is Inglewood’s last year in the Ocean League. Next season it will move to the Bay League.
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The defending Ocean League champions ended a three-game losing streak by defeating Morningside, 42-6 on Homecoming night at Corsair Field.
Santa Monica will travel to Beverly Hills Friday night and the following week will travel to Culver City.
The Mariners (3-4) defeated Bellarmine-Jefferson, 36-0 and will travel to St. Genevieve Saturday night.
With a 1-4 record, including a 13-3 loss at Viewpoint last weekend the Eagles will play at Paraclete Friday night. The following Friday, Oct. 26, Brentwood will host Windward in the final home game of Patrick Brown’s 35 years as coach.
Brown has announced his retirement at the end of the season but will continue as a teacher at the school.
Quarterback Connor Simpson threw two touchdown passes and Windward intercepted six passes in a 47-22 Alpha League victory over Kilpatrick.
Windward, with a 5-1 record, will play Friday at Marshall High in Pasadena.
Quarterback Alexander Diamont threw two touchdown passes and ran for another touchdown in a 49-0 Western League win over Hamilton.
On Friday Venice will host University at 7 pm.