The Saints had only one comple tion in the game, but it was a 15-yard touchdown pass from Samples to tight end Deryck Marquez midway through the fourth quarter to give San Dimas the lead, 35-32. Ryan Richard carried 24 times for 148 yards and two touch downs for the Saints. Richard was complimented by running- mate Roy Curry who added 75 yards on 12 carries including a second quarter 89 yard kickoff return that gave the Saints a 14-13 lead. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week James had 123 yards and three touchdowns on the ground for the Vikings while Will Davis carried 25 times for 175 yards and a five yard touchdown that gave the Vikings a 32-28 lead ending the third quarter. COVINA 61, GANESHA 0: Covina High School opened Valle Vista League play in a big way, scoring two touch downs in the first minute and blanking visiting Ganesha. Covina improved its overall re cord to 5-1, and Ganesha dropped to 0-5. Senior Monti Sutton scored both of the early touchdowns. Sutton returned the opening kickoff 85 yards for a score. Then, after Ganesha fumbled the ensuing touchdown and Covina recov ered, Sutton scored on the next play when he caught a 15-yard pass from junior quarterback Michael McDonough. McDonough had a marvelous game, accounting for four touchdowns – two passing and two rushing. Colts senior running back Art Combest also enjoyed a big night, rushing for 73 yards and two touchdowns on only four carries. The Covina defense shut down Ganesha, allowing only 37 yards of offense. Ganesha ran the ball nearly every play and the Colts defense did not bend. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The thrill of victory ran through the San Dimas side line Friday night as the Saints defense sacked quarterback Damian James on the final play of the game to preserve their 35-35 win over visiting North view in the Valle Vista League opener for both schools. Following a voluntary safety by Saints punter Eric Samples, the Vikings got the ball back in San Dimas territory with just over a minute to play and a chance to win. James scrambled 23 yards down to the Saints’ 21-yard line, well within kicker Jeremy Her nandez’ range, but two false start penalties and the final sack gave the Saints the win.