In other high school football games:

The Venice High School Gondoliers won the outright Western League Championship with a 48-13 victory at home over Palisades High School Thursday, November 9th.

With the league crown, Venice (8-2, 5-0), the number-25 ranked team in the Southland by the Los Angeles Times, earned a number-three seed in the Los Angeles City Section Championship Division playoffs.

The Gondoliers will host 14th seeded Banning High School of Wilmington in the first round of the city playoffs at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 16th. Venice defeated Banning 39-20 earlier in the season.

In the last regular season game against Palisades, junior running back Curtis McNeal finished with seven carries for 107 yards rushing and three touchdowns for Venice.

McNeal also scored on a 22-yard pass from junior quarterback Richard Ragland, which gives the running back a total of 37 touchdowns this season.

Ragland completed six of 11 passes for 170 yards and three touchdowns in the game.

The Westchester High School Comets earned a spot in the City Section Championship Division playoffs after a 32-20 Western League victory over host Fairfax High School Thursday, November 9th.

With the victory, the Comets (4-6, 2-3) finished tied for third place in the league standings.

Westchester received the 16th seed in the city playoffs and will play at top-seeded Birmingham High School at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 16th.

In the game against Fairfax, the Comets scored four touchdowns after halftime to finish off the regular season with a victory.

Senior quarterback Isiah Barton rushed 21 times for 219 yards and also finished 11-of-16 passing for 121 yards in the game.

Senior wide receiver Khallid Muhammad caught two touchdowns passes of 17 and 32 yards from Barton.

The St. Bernard High School Vikings finished the regular season with a 21-14 Del Rey League loss to host Serra High School Friday, November 10th, but they will head to the Southern Section playoffs for the first time in three years.

After the loss to Serra, the Vikings (3-7, 3-2) finished in third place in the league.

Junior quarterback Ryan Simpson led the Vikings against Serra by finishing 11-of-14 passing for 172 yards and a touchdown, as well as rushing for 106 yards and a touchdown.

St. Bernard lost its first six games of the season but captured three consecutive league victories to achieve its preseason goal of making the playoffs.

While the Vikings have reached the postseason, they will face a major test right away, as they will play against the Los Angeles Times top-ranked team, Oaks Christian High School of Westlake Village, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, November 17th.

The St. Monica High School Mariners finished the season winless after a 34-7 Camino Real League defeat to host La Salle High School Friday, November 10th.

Junior running back James Wright scored the lone touchdown on a 79-yard run in the third quarter for the Mariners (0-10, 0-4), who finished fifth in the league this season.