WALNUT CREEK -- The Las Lomas High football team ran the ball for all but one play of the second half, scoring touchdowns on three long second-half drives in a 33-26 home Diablo Foothill Athletic League win over Acalanes.
Zack Fulks led the ground attack for Las Lomas (4-2, 2-0) with 174 yards, while Jack Kane ran for 80 in the win.
The Knights trailed 19-10 when touching the ball for the first time in the second half with 7:04 left in the third.
Las Lomas responded with a 10-play, 73-yard scoring drive to cut the deficit to 19-17 with 2:55 left.
After stopping the next Acalanes (4-2, 0-2) drive on fourth down at the Knights' 25, Las Lomas went on another 10-play drive. An 11-yard touchdown run by fullback Greyson Bromstad gave the Knights a 25-19 lead early in the fourth.
After another stop, an 18-yard touchdown run by Kane gave Acalanes a 14-point lead with 5:07 remaining.
Casey Harrington threw for 282 yards and two touchdowns for the Dons, including an 8-yard strike to Chad Johnson to cut the lead to 33-26 with 1:20 left.
Harrington also ran for two first half scores, as Acalanes took a 12-10 lead to halftime.
Bromstad recovered an Acalanes onside kick attempt to seal the win.
Las Lomas continues league play Oct. 11 at Dublin, which lost to Dougherty Valley 34-27 on Oct. 4.
St. Mary's 63, Berean Christian 13: On a sunny afternoon, host St. Mary's started hot and didn't cool down, beating the Eagles in a Tri-County Athletic League-Rock Division game to extend its win streak to four. Berean Christian (2-4, 0-2 TCAL-Rock) has dropped three straight.
After scoring the first 28 points of the game in the first quarter, St. Mary's opened up a 49-7 lead before half. The third quarter started with a running clock and a 91-yard kickoff return by the Panthers.
Senior running back Lorenzo Logwood led the way for St. Mary's, rushing seven times for 142 yards and three touchdowns, plus a receiving touchdown that came from a shovel pass off a broken play that he took for 31 yards.
"He's a great football player. He's our bell cow," St. Mary's head coach Keith Minor said after the game. "We go as he goes."
The Eagles struggled to keep pressure off senior quarterback Jax Cuddihy, who finished with a 117 yards and a touchdown on 10 of 17 passing.
On Oct. 12, Berean Christian hosts El Cerrito, the defending league champion.
-- Wes Goldberg