High School Roundup: Will Bingham’s big night sends Laguna Beach to Crean Lutheran

Will Bingham had six touchdowns and the Laguna Beach High School football team beat visiting Crean Lutheran 48-26 on Friday night in a non-league game.

Jack Arntz posted a running and receiving score for the Breakers, who improved to 4-1 overall.

Laguna Beach remains at home to face Calvary Chapel (4-0) next Friday.

Corona del Mar 45, San Juan Hills 27: David Rasor scored five touchdowns to lead the visiting Sea Kings to the Stallions on Friday in a non-championship game.

Rasor threw for 267 yards and four touchdowns. The junior quarterback was selected twice but more than made up for it, adding 115 yards and a rushing touchdown.

Evan Sanders carried the ball 19 times for 156 yards and another score for the CdM (5-0).

Max Lane had six catches for 124 yards to lead the Sea Kings receivers. Cooper Hoch has two touchdowns and Russell Weir and Scott Truninger each have one.

The Sea Kings have a pass next week, before opening the Sunset League road game against Los Alamitos (4-1) on September 30.

Estancia 36, ​​Westminster La Quinta 16: The Eagles ended a two-game losing streak with Friday’s non-championship road win.

Estancia (2-2) will move to face Lakewood Artesia (0-3) to cap off their non-league schedule on Thursday.

Trabuco Hills 23, Port of Newport 13: Senior running back Drew Barrett carried the charge for the victorious Mustangs on Friday, rushing 28 times for 149 yards and a touchdown.

Newport Harbor (1-3), who suffered their second straight loss, lines up against JSerra (2-2) at home next Friday.

Noyer 21, ocean view 0: Senior running back Ruben Rivera amassed 74 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Mustangs past the Seahawks on Friday.

Ocean View (1-4), who have lost four in a row, faces Rancho Alamitos (3-1) at home next Friday.


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