Scores and sum­maries,

The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Sports - Staff writer Michael Ford con­trib­uted to this re­port.

And at Sun­ny­side Sta­dium, Roo­sevelt im­proved to 2-0 un­der new coach Vince Branstet­ter with a five-over­time, 16-13 vic­tory over Dos Pa­los. Jef­fer­son Pavon To­bar’s field goal was the only score in the ex­tra pe­ri­ods.

All but two of The Bee’s Top 10 won. Edi­son top­pled No. 8 Clo­vis West 41-35 on Thurs­day night, and No. 2 Buchanan shut out No. 10 Bullard 31-0 on Fri­day night. Seven of the other eight Top 10 teams steam­rolled op­po­nents, with No. 7 Tu­lare West­ern the ex­cep­tion in a 35-28 win over Mt. Whit­ney. Sanger rum­bling – Ap­par­ently most ready to pounce on the Top 10 is Sanger, which im­proved to 2-0 with a 48-28 win at Han­ford. The Apaches led 48-14 en route to their third straight win over Han­ford. Or­lando Dou­glas, Noel Col­lazo and Kosi Agina each scored two touch­downs for Sanger. Cen­tral dominating – No. 1 Cen­tral eas­ily dis­patched Grant-Sacra­mento 54-12, an un­ex­pect­edly lop­sided re­sult against a Pac­ers team that came in ranked No. 9 in its re­gion by The Sacra­mento Bee.

Trent Tomp­kins and Jeremiah Hunter con­nected for three scores. “They know what each other are think­ing be­fore they think it. They know what I am call­ing and what I want and so they do a great job work­ing to­gether and they are a great com­bi­na­tion,” Cen­tral coach Kyle Biggs said of his quar­ter­back and top re­ceiver.

More on Clo­vis East – The Tim­ber­wolves knew they were close af­ter falling 7-6 in the sea­sonopener at Le­moore.

Ryan Hunt’s 2-yard run early in the fourth quar­ter put them ahead of Wood, and the de­fense did the rest.

The Tim­ber­wolves’ last win came on Sept. 25, 2015, a 62-12 vic­tory over Over­felt-San Jose. Clo­vis East last beat a Cen­tral Sec­tion op­po­nent Sept. 4, 2015, a 41-24 win over Red­wood.

High­light per­for­mances – Le­moore beat Chowchilla 43-18 be­hind Bran­don Har­grove’s all-around night: eight car­ries for 104 yards and a touch­down, four re­cep­tions for 100 yards and a TD and a 47-yard in­ter­cep­tion re­turn for a TD.

Tu­lare West­ern ju­nior Tairyn John­son had 307 yards (a school record, ac­cord­ing to coach Ryan Rocha) and four TDs.

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