Javin Harrison ensured Washington High held up its end of the three-way duel for North Sequoia League supremacy.
The senior cracked the 1,000-yard mark for the season in a big way Friday night, rushing 28 times for 313 yards in a 42-18 victory over Chowchilla.
Harrison has 1,168 yards on 150 carries, capping his latest big night with a late 61-yard TD run for Washington (4-3, 2-0), which with its new stadium still under construction will host Liberty-Madera Ranchos in a showdown game next Friday at Fowler High.
The Redskins fell to 2-5 and 0-2.
Liberty-Madera Ranchos 28, Sierra 6
The Hawks continued their unbeaten run off last season's first Central Section title, and as usual it wasn't that close at the end.
Liberty (7-0, 2-0 NSL), ranked No. 1 by The Bee in Division V, got on the board via Bevin Brandt's 16-yard run with 6:28 left before halftime. Wade Wallace scored on a 3-yard run 5 minutes later.
The Chieftains (3-4, 0-2) scored on the ensuing kickoff, a 95-yard Doug Naze return, but that was it as Liberty posted a double-digit win for the sixth time this year.
The Hawks salted it away in the third quarter on touchdown runs by Kendall Malone and Wallace.
Kerman 56, Yosemite 12
The Lions kept pace in the NSL, running it early before finishing the Badgers in the air as Evan Sagariballa passed for four scores.
Kerman (6-1, 2-0) built a 21-0 lead that included scoring runs of 18 and 28 yards from Basilio Gutierrez and Andrew Flores.
Yosemite (1-6, 0-2) got its only offensive TD on a 6-yard pass from Joe Woolsey to Jayson Lee.
Kerman's depth was on display, with seven players scoring touchdowns, including three receivers -- Ryan Wright, Thomas Lopez and Jorge Godinez, the latter of whom caught two and had four receptions overall for 139 yards.
McLane 31, Roosevelt 28
The Highlanders (4-3, 2-0) escaped with a North Yosemite League win over the Rough Riders, whose fourth-quarter rally was cut short by turnovers.
The Riders (3-4, 1-1) turned the ball over four times, with McLane capitalizing on nearly all of them.
Trailing 28-21, Roosevelt fumbled to set up a 40-yard McLane field goal. The Riders scored late, but failed on fourth-and-5 with less than 2 minutes remaining.
Clovis West 23, Buchanan 7
Andre Chachere scored twice to lead the Golden Eagles — ranked No. 14 despite a poor overall record that is the result of a brutal nonleague schedule — to their first Tri-River Athletic Conference win of the season.
Clovis West (2-5, 1-1) shook loose from a 7-7 halftime tie with the Bears (0-7, 0-2). The Eagles defense, which held top-ranked Edison to 24 points two weeks ago, pitched a second-half shutout.
Tulare Western 28, Porterville 13
The Mustangs shut out the second No. 10- and D-III top-ranked Panthers in the first half en route to an East Yosemite League victory.
Tulare Western's Javier Ceja stepped up on both sides of the ball for the Mustangs (5-2, 2-0), with 140 yards of offense and an interception versus Porterville (5-2, 0-2).
Lindsay 45, Granite Hills 7
Jacob Hernandez starred on both sides of the ball for the D-V No. 3-ranked Cardinals, with the senior scoring three touchdowns for the second straight week — this time in an East Sequoia League win over the Grizzlies.
Hernandez returned a first-quarter fumble 16 yards for the Cardinals (6-1, 2-0)
Granite Hills fell to 0-7 and 0-2.
Reedley 14, Fresno 6
The Pirates ended a seasonlong losing streak by holding off the Warriors in a North Yosemite League game.
Daniel Del Muro's first-quarter touchdown run of 29 yards and Matt Salas' 11-yarder in the second stood up for Reedley (1-6, 1-1).
Matt Stutte's 3-yard scoring run with 2:28 to play pulled the Warriors (2-5, 0-2) close, though the PAT kick was blocked.
Fresno recovered the onside kick, converted a fourth-and-3 and moved closer on a late-hit penalty before stalling inside the 10.
Reedley played its first turnover-free game of the year.
Sunnyside 33, Hoover 14
The Wildcats charged to a 27-0 second-quarter lead in the NYL game on the heels of running backs Malcolm Williams and Lawrence Bohanan.
Williams rushed for 151 yards for Sunnyside (4-3, 2-0), and caught a 40-yard touchdown pass.
The Patriots are 0-7 and 0-2.
Caruthers 43, Parlier 17
Daniel Villela ran for 166 yards and three scores as the Blue Raiders (4-3, 2-0) beat the Panthers (3-5, 0-2) in the West Sequoia League.
Farmersville 52, Laton 12
The D-VI top-ranked Aztecs (5-2, 2-0 East Sierra) have won five straight, as Sam Metcalf tied the school record for TD passes with seven for the second time this season while throwing for 339 yards.
The Aztecs held the Mustangs (4-3, 1-1) scoreless in the second half.
Joseph DeLaCruz caught seven passes for 111 yards and three touchdowns. Jose Solis had two receiving TDs and 161 yards.
Selma 27, Immanuel 0
Frank Suarez ran for one score and had a touchdown reception as the Bears handed the Eagles their second straight loss after a four-game winning streak.
Suarez got it started for Selma (4-3) when he scored on a 41-yard run in the first quarter.
The Eagles (4-4) opened with two blowout losses before reeling off four straight wins only to lose its past two by a combined 62-7.
Mendota 35, Coalinga 6
Edgar Segura ran 26 times 260 yards and Marco Rodriguez caught a 12-yard touchdown pass from Estevan Trejo in the first quarter and took an interception 35 yards to the house in the second quarter as the Aztecs beat the Horned Toads.
Second-ranked in D-V, Mendota (6-1, 2-0 West Sierra League) kept Coalinga (2-5, 1-1) off the board until the fourth quarter when running back back Tony Villa snuck in for a 5-yard score. Villa finished with 110 yards rushing on 16 carries.