James Silva, adjusting well to a rescheduled Saturday morning high school football game, passed for 254 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 44 yards and another score while powering Fowler High to a 41-13 home-field rout of Central Valley Christian.
The nonleague game resumed at 10 a.m. in the first quarter after a power outage in the area caused it to be suspended Friday night.
The Redcats (3-2), the Central Section 2011 Division V champions now bumped to D-IV, also received 139 yards rushing and three touchdowns from Hugo Martinez and 144 receiving yards and a score from Thomas Valle.
Michael Rosa and Alex te Velde rushed for 67 and 60 yards for the Cavaliers (1-4).
Stockdale, Martin dominate Bears
D.J. Martin rushed for 287 yards and five touchdowns as 16th-ranked Stockdale coasted to a 69-26 nonleague win over No. 12 Buchanan on Friday in Bakersfield.
Martin's scores measured 5, 71, 1, 23 and 26 yards as the Mustangs (2-3) avenged a 43-21 loss to the Bears (2-3) without the then-suspended back last year.
Buchanan, which trailed 49-20 at halftime, received 327 yards and two touchdowns passing from from Tyler Fry. He completed 26 of 45 attempts, including scores of 80 yards to Adam Soesman and 5 yards to Scott Sakamoto.
Clovis West player released from Children's Hospital
Clovis West senior Christopher Contreras was released from Children's Hospital Central California with a probable concussion late Friday night after being removed by ambulance during the Golden Eagles' 54-35 nonleague football loss to Edison at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Contreras had attempted to field an onside kick when he collided with the Tigers' Jamel Muhammad, who was not injured.
Clovis West coach Mike Parsons said he expects Contreras to miss a couple of weeks.
Sanger, Western capture division water polo titles
Sanger swept the Gold Division top honors at the Sunnyside Water Polo Tournament, winning the team title behind Most Valuable Player Aidan Feigel and Best Goalie Dustin Mobley.
The Apaches, who also landed Jake Harper and Vinnie Strykers on the All-Tournament team, defeated Memorial 6-1 for the Gold title in the Sunnyside pool.
Western swept the Silver Division, capturing the team crown behind MVP Cameron Sousa and the Best Goalie in Vincent Juarez.
The Mustangs, who also had Jake Dodds make All-Tournament, beat Madera 14-7 for in the Silver championship.