Natividad Martinez had a goal and an assist Saturday to lead visiting Rancho over Desert Pines in girls soccer, 3-1.
Timothy Stephens scored four goals Saturday as Palo Verde’s boys soccer team knocked off host Legacy, 6-4.
Franklin had the fastest time among boys over two races, racing through the 3.1-mile course in 16 minutes, 0.4 seconds. Felix had the fastest girls time, at 18:31.8.
Desert Pines came to life in the final period with two scores in a 1:52 span and rallied for a 15-8 road victory at Legacy on Friday.
Though Durango built a first-half lead through the air, the Trailblazers beat host Desert Oasis on the ground on Friday night, 28-21.
Jordan Blakely had three receptions for 79 yards and two touchdowns to lead fourth-ranked Foothill, and teammate Koy Riggin completed 13 of 21 passes for 120 yards and a touchdown in a 35-7 victory over Coronado.
Basic’s football team held host Chaparral to 23 rushing yards, and the Wolves claimed a dominating 35-14 win at Chaparral on Friday night.
After Shadow Ridge’s defense bit on a fake to tailback Julian Rohan late in the first quarter, Faith Lutheran quarterback Sagan Gronauer ran 82 yards untouched to give the Crusaders an early lead. Gronauer and his teammates never looked back, and cruised to a 41-8 road victory.
Silverado erupted for five first-half touchdowns on the way to rolling over the visiting Grizzlies 42-7 and earning its first Southwest win.
Cheyenne clinched a playoff berth with a 29-20 victory over Democracy Prep on Friday night.