A look at the four area football teams that have played for state titles at the Home Depot Center in Carson:
Division II Helix-La Mesa 35, Del Oro 24
Alex Bertrando returned a punt blocked by Blake Covey for the Golden Eagles' final touchdown with 35 seconds left. Del Oro (13-2) recovered the onside kick, but to no avail.
Division II Folsom 48, Serra-Gardena 20
Dano Graves capped an incredible career with three touchdown passes to Tyler Trosin and three scoring runs as the Bulldogs (14-1) withstood a muddy field and a Cavaliers team that had a 29-game winning streak.
Division II Servite-Anaheim 33, Rocklin 30
The Thunder's unbeaten season, which followed a 4-6 campaign, ended with a 23-yard field goal by the Friars as time expired. Despite playing without starting quarterback Jimmy Laughrea (broken arm), the Thunder (14-1) erased a 30-10 deficit.
Open Grant 25, Long Beach Poly 20
Quarterback Kipeli Koniseti found wide receiver Darvin McCauley for a 15-yard touchdown pass with 1:11 left to knock off the No. 2 nationally ranked Jackrabbits and cap a 14-0 season for the Pacers.
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