Many things were falling Saturday at the Diablo Foothill Athletic League cross country championships -- a course record, a league championship drought, a winning streak, and any perception that races can't be decided in the last few yards.

Miramonte High's Tyler Hanson broke the Hidden Valley Park-Martinez three-mile course record in winning the boys race in 15 minutes, 18.3 seconds. He was one step behind Campolindo's Aidan Goltra at the bottom of the final hill, roughly 600 yards from the finish. But Hanson charged up the hill and finished 14.1 seconds ahead of Goltra.

"That was the most difficult race this season," Hanson said.

In an incredible finish to the girls race, three different runners held the lead in the final 80-yard straightaway. Campolindo's Brighie Leach, who was in third, surged into the lead in approximately the last 15 yards of the race and won in 18:32.0. Acalanes' Annie Marggraff was second (18:32.2).

"I saw Rachel (Johnson, a Campolindo teammate) start to get passed, and I said 'Campo has to win,' " said Leach, who didn't lead in the race until the final yards.

Las Lomas won the girls championship team title with 39 points and clinched the outright DFAL crown. It's the girls team's first league title since 1975, said Knights coach Cynthia Green. It also broke the Campolindo girls team's six-year winning streak at the DFAL championships.

Campolindo won the boys championship team title with a score of 43. It also won the outright DFAL title.

High school football

Oakland Tech 41, Skyline 14: The Bulldogs scored 27 unanswered points to beat the host Titans and remain tied for first in the Oakland Athletic League with McClymonds, which beat Fremont 50-0 on Saturday.

Oakland Tech hosts McClymonds on Friday in the regular-season finale for both teams.

Skyline (5-4, 2-2 OAL) fell behind by 14 points, but tied the game late in the first half. The Titans were driving for another score in Bulldogs territory, but a Jamell Tousant fumble led to a touchdown for Oakland Tech.

The Bulldogs (7-2, 4-0) had four interceptions, including one by defensive back Nayo Johnson that was returned for a 68-yard touchdown in the first quarter.

Skyline running back Tyrone Campbell finished with 22 carries for 197 yards.

In the other OAL game Saturday, host Oakland beat Castlemont 31-18.

-- Jeff Carillo, correspondent

Newark Memorial 42, Kennedy-Fremont 13: In the regular-season finale for both teams, Newark scored all 42 points in the first half of a Mission Valley Athletic League win at Tak Fudenna Stadium.

The Cougars (8-2, 6-0) claim the first outright MVAL title since accomplishing the feat with a 4-1-1 record in 1983. It's the first time Newark has gone undefeated in league in school history.

"I was really afraid they were going to have a letdown after last week," said Newark coach Rich Swift, whose team clinched a share of the title last week -- the first since 1985. "Some of these kids haven't been in a position like that before."

The Cougars earn the league's automatic berth into the North Coast Section Division II playoffs.

Kennedy (4-6, 3-3) finishes second in league and will apply for an at-large berth into the Division III playoffs.

Arroyo 17, Alameda 14: Ryan Gordan blocked a potential game-tying field goal late in the fourth quarter as the host Dons knocked the Hornets out of playoff contention in a West Alameda County Conference-Shoreline Division game.

The Hornets needed a win to become eligible for the NCS Division II playoffs.

With the game tied at 14-14, Carlos Jimenez capped an 11-play, 47-yard drive with a 37-yard field goal to give Arroyo (6-4, 4-1 WACC-Shoreline) the lead with 2:10 remaining.

Backup quarterback Elijah Hernandez marched the Hornets (3-7, 1-4) down to the Arroyo 5-yard line, William Upp was sent in to attempt a 22-yard attempt. Gordan broke through the line and got a hand on the ball to preserve the Dons' win.

-- Tony Gonsalez, correspondent

Mt. Eden 31, Piedmont 0: Devante McGowan had 19 carries for 200 yards and two touchdowns as the Monarchs beat the host Highlanders on Friday in a WACC-Shoreline Division game.

Mt. Eden had a 10-0 lead early in the second half before McGowan scored on runs of 1 and 6 yards to help put the game away.

Khalil Thomas added 129 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries for Mt. Eden (6-4, 4-2 WACC-Shoreline).The Monarchs will likely be included in the Division II field when seedings for the NCS playoffs are announced Sunday. Piedmont (5-5, 1-4) is eligible for the Division IV playoffs.

Tennyson 48, San Lorenzo 0: The Lancers clinched the WACC-Shoreline Division title with a victory over San Lorenzo at Sunset Field on Friday. It's the first league championship for Tennyson (9-1, 5-0 WACC-Shoreline) since 1970, as the program also set a record for wins in a season.

Running backs Joshua Handy and Quinzell Moore combined for seven touchdowns against the Rebels (2-9, 1-4).

-- Allen Gordon, correspondent

Community college

Chabot 45, West Hills-Coalinga 19: Brandyn Eckhart threw for 234 yards and two touchdowns and added a third score on the ground as the host Gladiators clinched at least a share of the Golden Gate Conference title with a win over the Falcons (2-7, 0-3 GGC).

Chabot (5-4, 3-0) could win the title outright with a win at Reedley next week, but a loss would create a tie with Reedley and Laney.

Eckhart completed 23 of 28 passes.

-- Tony Gonsalez, correspondent