Updated: 11:24 p.m.
We've got 15 games tonight, and we'll have updates and coverage from all the games here, at our scoreboard and on Twitter. New to the Star this season is our web broadcast of the Game of the Week, today we're streaming Simi Valley vs. St. Bonaventure.
Compiled from staff reports.
St. Bonaventure 34, Simi Valley 0
The Seraphs give the Pioneers their first loss in a shutout. Shaun Wick and Zack Green each scored two touchdowns.
Westlake 73, Royal 27
Connor Cook tied a program record with five touchdowns, including scoring receptions of 48, 20 and 8 yards and kickoff returns of 85 and 80 yards, and junior quarterback Justin Moore threw three scoring passes and ran for a pair of 12-yard touchdown runs in the first half to spark Westlake to a resounding victory over host Royal in their Marmonte League matchup.
Oaks Christian 56, Calabasas 7
The Lions stay unbeaten in league play as Brandon Dawkins threw for three touchdowns, two of them to Francis Owusu.
Ventura 27, Camarillo 0
Connor Armstrong rushed for 123 yards and two touchdowns for visiting Ventura, which outgained Camarillo 385-217 in a nonleague victory.
Buena 43, Pacifica 42
A two-point conversion with 14 seconds left gave the Bulldogs their first victory of the year. After Kendrick Mathis ran a 1-yard quarterback sneak in for a touchdown, Mathis connected with Chris Beeson for the two-pointer, the lead and the win.
Thousand Oaks 20, Newbury Park 13
Nathan DeBeikes ran for 177 yards, including a 36-yard touchdown run, on 25 carries. He also came through in the clutch defensively, picking off Newbury Park quarterback Ben Okun with no time remaining on the clock in the fourth quarter to secure the win.
Hueneme 42, Santa Paula 36 (OT)
The Vikings pick up their first win of the year in overtime.
Moorpark 42, Agoura 7
Grant Rohach threw for three touchdowns, two of them to Alex Tolliver.
Oxnard 26, Downey 21
The Yellowjackets scored a touchdown in every quarter, and it turns out all four trips to the end zone were needed, as Oxnard held off a furious Downey fourth-quarter rally and emerged with a win.
Rio Mesa 17, Dos Pueblos 14
Tim Dominguez gave Rio Mesa the finishing touch on a come-from-behind win over visiting Dos Pueblos. Dominguez, a junior kicker, made a 26-yard field goal as time expired to help the Spartans improve to 3-1.
Oak Park 18, El Segundo 17
The Eagles trailed 17-0 at halftime, but came back on two touchdown passes by Jake Gerstenberger and two field goals by Aiki Zapata.
Santa Barbara 38, Nordhoff 24
The Dons scored 21 points in the fourth quarter as Nordhoff falls to 1-4.
Desert 40, Villanova Prep 13
Desert High's Walter Burghardt ran circles around Villanova Prep in a nonleague football rout. Burghardt rolled up 301 yards on 25 carries, including touchdown runs of 21, 60, 21 and 49 yards.
Carpinteria 42, Santa Clara 0
Santa Clara falls to 1-2-1.
Grace Brethern 39, Frazier Mountain 16
Grace Brethren improves to 3-1.