Inland college football roundup: RCC routs Golden West to remain unbeaten

Jake Retzlaff completed 28 of 35 passes for 488 yards and four touchdowns as Riverside City College cruised to a 58-21 victory over Golden West in nonconference football game Saturday afternoon in Huntington Beach.

Retzlaff, who played at Golden West last season, tossed two touchdown passes to his brother Reggie and one apiece to Juwan Tucker and Roshown Lacy. Jake Retzlaff has thrown for 1,652 and 18 touchdowns this season.

RCC (4-0) took the lead on the opening possession of the game, as Robert Valentine scored on a 1-yard run to cap a 12-play drive. Retzlaff connected with Tucker for a 72-yard touchdown to extend the lead to 17-0 at the end of the first quarter. Retzlaff fired a 42-yard touchdown to Lacy with 6:54 left in the opening half, and the Retzlaff brothers connected for 25-yard touchdown pass to extend the Tigers’ lead to 31-0.

RCC, which moved to No. 1 in the CCCAA football rankings this week, finished the game with 728 yards of total offense.

Reggie Reztlaff caught eight passes for 109 yards, and Norbert Espadron hauled in eight balls for 77 yards. Bryce Strong and Donovan Harvey rushed for 64 and 54 yards, respectively, to lead RCC”s ground attack.

Jacob Marroquin made field goals of 23, 36 and 45 yards in the game for the Tigers.

Marseille Taylor and Demarco Moorer each intercepted a pass to lead the defensive effort for the Tigers.

RCC will play College of the Canyons at Ramona High School in a nonconference game Saturday. Oct. 1.

CMS RALLIES PAST REDLANDS

Brian Loudermilk scored on a 10-yard run with 4:59 remaining in the game as Claremont-Mudd-Scripps rallied for a 25-21 victory over the University of Redlands in a nonconference game Saturday in Redlands.

Redlands (0-4) extended its lead to 21-12 when Myles Herrera tossed a 10-yard touchdown to Graig Padgett in the opening minute of the fourth quarter.

CMS (2-1) answered back and trimmed the the deficit to two points when Walter Kuhlenkamp connected with Mason Cotton for a 9-yard touchdown with 8:31 remaining in the game.

Kuhlenkamp passed for 163 yards and two touchdowns, while Justin Edwards ran for 122 yards on 27 carries to lead the ground attack for the Stags. Anderson Cynkar had eight catches for 127 yards and a touchdowns.

Michael Houk had three sacks, and Joey Asta had two more to lead the CMS defensive effort.

Herrera threw two touchdowns passes, and Andrew Kellstrom had a touchdown run for Redlands. Dawson Brockman registered a pair of sacks for the Bulldogs.

The teams will meet again in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game Nov. 5 at CMS.

CMS opens SCIAC play Saturday, Oct. 1 at La Verne.

Redlands will take a bye week and open SCIAC play at home Saturday, Oct. 8 against Cal Lutheran.

POMONA-PITZER ROUTS WHITTIER

Skylar Noble tossed a pair of touchdown passes and ran for two more scores as Pomona-Pitzer routed Whittier 59-0 in a nonconference game Saturday night in Whitter.

Pomona-Pitzer (3-1) finished with 561 yards of offense, and the defense held Whitter to 65 total yards.

Noble connected with Ryan Rosumny for a 40-yard touchdown to give the Sagehens the lead midway through the first quarter. Noble added touchdown runs of 2 yards and 1 yard as Pomona-Pitzer extended the lead to 21-0 at the end of the opening period. Noble threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Sander Wimmer in the second period.

Clark Noble relived Noble in the second quarter and also threw two touchdown passes in the game.

Alexander Wood, Garrett Pittman Chase Fitch each intercepted a pass for the Sagehens.

Pomona-Pitzer travels to Chapman for a nonconference game Saturday, Oct. 1.

MSJC WINS THIRD STRAIGHT

Jaylen Magee ran for 146 yards on 11 carries and scored twice in the second half as Mt. San Jacinto College pulled away from Santa Ana for a 42-20 victory in a nonconference game Saturday in Santa Ana.

The game was tied at 20 at halftime, but MSJC (4-1) scored the final 22 points for its third straight win.

Magee scored on a 61-yard run with one second remaining in the third quarter to give the Eagles the lead, and he added a 34-yard scoring run with 6:46 left in the game. Matthew Caldera sealed the victory for MSJC with a 72-yard touchdown run with 2:30 left on the clock.

Robert Coleman passed for 268 yards and two touchdowns but was sacked 12 times in the game. Jevin Dorsey finished with six catches for 128 yards and a touchdown. Nathaniel Peterson kicked a pair of field goals.

Joseph Rapolla registered three sacks, and Demon Young and Nasir Morrow each intercepted a pass for MSJC.

MSJC hosts Orange Coast College in a nonconference game Saturday, Oct. 1.

CHAFFEY FALLS TO VENTURA

Nicholas Poulous and Tayvonne Miller helped Chaffey College grab a double-digit lead Saturday, but Ventura rallied in the second half and held on for a 21-13 victory in a nonconference game in Rancho Cucamonga.

Poulos scored on 10-yard run in the opening minute of the second quarter, and Miller added a 3-yard scoring run with 7:27 remaining in the first half to give the Panthers a 13-0 lead.

Ventura held Chaffey (1-3) scoreless the rest of the way and scored the final 21 points to win the game.

Poulous passed for 245 yards and also had 101 yards on 14 carries. Miller ran for 100 yards on 17 carries.

Chaffey will travel to Southwestern for a nonconference game Saturday, Oct. 1.

SBVC ROUTED BY EL CAMINO

El Camino College scored the first 24 points of the game and cruised to a 52-18 victory over San Bernardino Valley College in a nonconference game in Torrance.

Robert Eggleston passed for 268 yards and three touchdowns, two to Demorceau Jackson, to lead SBVC’s offense.

SBVC (0-4) will host Bakersfield in a nonconference game Saturday, Oct. 1.