• No. 1 De La Salle 34, No. 7 Clayton Valley 14: The Spartans made head coach Justin Alumbaugh a winner in his debut as John Velasco scored on the game's second play and De La Salle rolled past the Eagles.

  • No. 2 California 46, Washington 20: The Grizzlies turned to their punishing ground game, rolling up 339 yards on their way to a home win over Washington.

  • Analy 37, No. 3 Pittsburg 21

  • No. 3 El Cerrito 34, Sutter 14: Jalen Harvey scored a pair of touchdowns as the visiting Gauchos won their opener.

  • No. 5 San Ramon Valley 67, Buhach Colony-Atwater 30

  • Del Oro 27, No. 6 James Logan 14

  • Amador Valley 35, No. 9 Freedom 28: Michael White rushed for 188 yards and scored three touchdowns as the Dons upset Freedom, which got 198 yards rushing and four touchdowns from Joe Mixon.

  • Castro Valley 57, No. 10 Monte Vista 56: Kevin Galvan's two-point conversion pass to Nick Alfaro in overtime led the Trojans to the upset victory over the Mustangs, who got five touchdowns from Matt Rood.

  • No. 13 Campolindo 40, Heritage 26: Backup quarterback Jack Stephens threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Cougars.

  • Windsor 39, No. 15 Granada 36: Brian Barnett scored on a 6-yard run with 1:32 left in the game to give Granada a 36-29 lead. But the Jaguars responded with their own drive that also ended in a game-winning 6-yard touchdown run by Colin McAlvain with just 18 seconds left.

  • Dougherty Valley 38, No. 15 Newark Memorial 6: The Wildcats scored 31 unanswered points to secure their first victory since Sept. 23, 2011.