Here's a look at how the Top 15 East Bay teams fared and which players played starring roles on Friday in Week 11 of the prep football season:

  • No. 1 De La Salle 27, No. 4 California 14: The Spartans (10-0) withstood a strong challenge from the Grizzlies (8-2) as De La Salle's Tiapepe Vitale rushed for 194 yards and three touchdowns and the Spartans allowed just 87 rushing yards to a team that averages about 40 points per game.

  • No. 3 El Cerrito 60, St. Patrick/St. Vincent 6: The Gauchos (10-0, 6-0 TCAL-Rock) finished off a perfect regular season, clinching the TCAL-Rock Division championship by overpowering the Bruins (1-9, 0-6).

  • No. 5 Freedom 41, Liberty 0: Quarterback Dante Mayes completed 10 of 13 passes for 182 yards and two touchdowns in the first half, as the Falcons (8-2, 5-0) took a 35-0 lead at the break and went on to beat the Lions (2-8, 0-5) to win the Bell Game for the seventh consecutive year.

  • No. 10 San Ramon Valley 32, No. 6 Monte Vista 28: Quarterback Cameron Birse passed for 315 yards and four touchdowns to help the Wolves (5-5, 5-1 EBAL) rally from an 18-point deficit to stun the rival Mustangs (6-4, 3-3) and earn a share of the EBAL title in the teams' regular-season finale. The Wolves celebrated by hoisting the perpetual trophy retained by the winner of the all-Danville battle, reclaiming it from the host Mustangs.

  • No. 7 Campolindo 28, Dublin 7: Quarterback Andrew Zolintakis threw for 234 yards and three first-half touchdown passes as the Cougars (9-1, 6-0) remained perfect in the DFAL with a win over the host Gaels (5-5, 3-3).

  • No. 8 Pittsburg 42, Antioch 14: Jamal Lockett rushed for 205 yards and two touchdowns in the first half to help lead the Pirates (7-3, 4-1 BVAL) to a Big Little Game victory over the host Panthers (6-4, 1-4).

  • No . 9 Clayton Valley 62, Mt. Diablo 6: Joe Protheroe ran three times for 138 yards and a touchdown in a token appearance, finishing with the school's single-season rushing record of 2,091 yards and helping the host Eagles (9-1, 5-0) clinch the DVAL title in convincing fashion over the Red Devils (2-8, 0-5).

  • No. 14 Amador Valley 28, No. 11 Foothill 23: The host Dons (6-4, 4-2 EBAL) intercepted six passes by the Falcons (5-5, 3-3), building a 28-3 lead before holding on for the victory. It was Amador Valley's first win over Foothill since 2004 and only the second for the Dons over the Falcons since 1994.

  • Heritage 27, No. 12 Deer Valley 24: The host Patriots (3-7, 3-2 BVAL) scored 10 points in the second half and held on to upset the Wolverines (6-4, 2-3) and become eligible for the NCS Division I playoffs.

  • No. 13 Northgate 70, Ygnacio Valley 16: Quarterback Joe Pelletier accounted for five Broncos touchdowns - three through the air and two rushing - as the Broncos (8-2, 4-1 DVAL) may have earned themselves a home game for the first round of the NCS playoffs after a dominating performance, racking up 527 yards of offense against Ygnacio Valley (2-8, 1-4).

    Here are your individual standouts throughout the East Bay from Friday night's games:

  • RYAN MALPEDE, Washington: The Huskies' quarterback went 17-for-18 passing for 182 yards and three TDs and also ran for another score in a 48-7 win over Irvington.

  • JASON HINTON, Moreau Catholic: Ran for 141 of his game-high 181 rushing yards in the second half, including a 62-yard TD in a 29-26 win over American.

  • NICHOLAS KINAST, Moreau Catholic: The Mariners' quarterback rushed for 154 yard and a TD and also threw a pair of TD passes against American.

  • ROBERT PINKNEY, American: The Eagles' back rushed for 138 yards and a TD and also returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown against Moreau.

  • JAMAL LOCKETT, Pittsburg: He ran for a whopping 284 yards, with 205 coming in the first half, keyed by scoring runs of 80 and 50 yards against Antioch.

  • LORENZO RENTERIA, Pittsburg: The Pirates' quarterback went 6-for-9 for 88 yards, including two TD passes against Antioch.

  • DANTE MAYES, Freedom: The Falcons quarterback went 10-for-13 for 182 yards and two TDs in the first half of a win over Liberty.

  • DANTE MAYES, Freedom: The Falcons quarterback went 10-for-13 for 182 yards in the first half of a win over Liberty.

  • DARRELL DANIELS, Freedom: Scored two touchdowns against Liberty, including a 27-yard catch and a 15-yard run.

  • JOE MIXON, Freedom: He scored a pair of touchdowns against Liberty, including a 68-yard interception return.

  • DEON PRUITT, Deer Valley: He caught four passes for 123 yards in a loss to Heritage.

  • TIAPEPE VITALE, De La Salle: The Spartans' back rushed for 194 yards and scored three TDs against California.

  • DAS TAUTALATASI, De La Salle: He rushed for 119 yards, including an 80-yard scoring run, and intercepted a pass against California.

  • MARQUISE DAVENPORT, Hercules: He rushed for 119 yards and scored two TDs, including one on a 54-yard interception return, to help the Titans clinch the TCAL-Stone Division title, the school's first ever football title.

  • ERNIE TIMOTEO, Kennedy-Richmond: He rushed for a game-high 186 yards against Hercules.

  • HOWARD WIKLE, Valley Christian: The Vikings' back rushed 34 times for 370 yards and five touchdowns against Salesian, including scoring runs of 77, 65 and 63 yards.

  • MICHAEL PAGE, Salesian: Rushed 11 times for 118 yards and scored three TDs against Valley Christian. He also had four catches for 122 yards and two TDs.

  • ZACH BOYETT, Salesian: He threw for 202 yards and three touchdowns against Valley Christian.

  • KEVIN FLEMER, St. Mary's: The Panthers quarterback went 14-for-25 passing for 219 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-17 win over Pinole Valley.

  • LIAM GODFREY, St. Mary's: He caught two touchdown passes against Pinole Valley.

  • CALEB COLEMAN, St. Mary's: Caught seven passes for 103 yards and a touchdown against Pinole Valley.

  • JAVARI SHEPHERD, Pinole Valley: Rushed 20 times for 141 yards against St. Mary's.

  • CAMERON BIRSE, San Ramon Valley: The Wolves quarterback went 18-for-32 passing for 315 yards and four TD passes in a win over Monte Vista.

  • JJ KOSKI, San Ramon Valley: The Wolves' sophomore caught a pair of TD passes, including a 20-yarder with 3:45 left for the game-winner against Monte Vista.

  • MARCUS DE LA PENA, San Ramon Valley: The Wolves' back rushed 24 times for 116 yards and also caught three passes for 94 yards, including a 76-yard TD against Monte Vista.

  • NIKITA ZAMORA, Monte Vista: The Mustangs quarterback went 18-for-29 passing for 218 yards and a TD against San Ramon Valley.

  • JALEN AVERY, Monte Vista: He caught five passes for 136 yards, including a 72-yard TD to open the scoring against San Ramon Valley.

  • PARKER NEWMAN, Amador Valley: He scored a pair of touchdowns against Foothill, including a 67-yard interception return.

  • ALEJANDRO APODACA, Amador Valley: He rushed 20 times for a game-high 108 yards against Foothill.

  • KYLE MORENO, Amador Valley: The Dons' quarterback went 17-for-30 for 213 yards and a TD against Foothill.

  • TREVOR MAES, Foothill: The Falcons' defender returned an interception 82 yards for a touchdown and blocked two field goal attempts against Amador Valley.

  • CASEY SOLTIS, Granada: The junior back ran for a game-high 117 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns in a 35-3 win over Livermore.

  • KYLE CAMPIOTTI, Granada: He rushed for a pair of touchdowns in a win over Livermore.

  • OLITO THOMPSON, Concord: Rushed for 162 yards and two touchdowns and also caught a 14-yard TD pass in a 38-3 win over College Park.

  • DANIEL GOLDEN, Concord: He recovered two onside kicks in a row to help the Minutemen defeat College Park.

  • JOE PROTHEROE, Clayton Valley: Broke the school's single-season rushing record, carrying three times for 138 yards and a TD against Mt. Diablo to finish with 2,091 rushing yards this season.

  • TANNER WRAA, Clayton Valley: Scored a pair of touchdowns, including one on a 50-yard reception against Mt. Diablo.

  • MICHAEL PROTHEROE, Clayton Valley: He threw a pair of touchdown passes against Mt. Diablo.

  • CURTIS GRANT, Clayton Valley: Scored two rushing touchdowns against Mt. Diablo, including one on a 47-yard run.

  • ISAIAH BARNEY, Mt. Diablo: He eight carries for 108 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown run against Clayton Valley.

  • JOE PELLETIER, Northgate: The Broncos quarterback threw three TD passes and ran for a pair of TDs against Ygnacio Valley.

  • BRANDON LEE, Northgate: He scored on an 80-yard run and a 63-yard reception against Ygnacio Valley.

  • FISI TAVAKE, Northgate: Carried 11 times for 110 yards and two TDs against Ygnacio Valley.

  • JAKE SMITH, Northgate: Had a pair of touchdown catches against Ygnacio Valley.

  • JAMARI POPE, Ygnacio Valley: Threw for 195 yards and a TD and also ran 18 times for 114 yards against Northgate.

  • ROBERT FOREMAN, Ygnacio Valley: Caught six passes for 116 yards, including a 36-yard touchdown, against Northgate.

  • MARLON WALKER, Berkeley: The Yellowjackets linebacker blocked a field goal attempt as time expired to help Berkeley secure a 15-13 win over Castro Valley to clinch the WACC-Foothill title.

  • DOUG STEWART, Berkeley: Had a pair of touchdown runs to help the Yellowjackets defeat Castro Valley.

  • LUKE HUERTA, Castro Valley: He threw a touchdown pass and also ran 16 yards for a TD against Berkeley.

  • COREY SAILS, Encinal: He scored a pair of second-half touchdowns to help the Jets beat Hayward 32-7.

  • CRAIG ANDERSON, Miramonte: The Matadors quarterback threw for 252 yards in a 48-27 win over Alhambra.

  • ZATI WILLIAMS, Miramonte: He had 143 receiving yards and a pair of touchdown catches against Alhambra.

  • TAYLOR POYADUE, Alhambra: The Bulldogs back ran for 290 yards and scored two touchdowns against Miramonte.

  • ANDREW ZOLINTAKIS, Campolindo: The Cougars' quarterback passed for 234 yards and three TDs in a win over Dublin.