Senior Treymayne Barra led Gahr with 81 rushing yards and Tavoy Moore added 62. — David Felton can be reached at [email protected] or (562) 499-1318. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Talk about zero tolerance. A week after allowing 42 points to Artesia High, Mayfair’s defense answered the challenge of its coaching staff Friday night, posting a 33-0 nonleague victory over Gahr at Bellflower High’s Ron Yary Stadium. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 One adjustment coach Mike Fitch made was to move Grant Fitch, his son, from linebacker to defensive end, where he was an All-Suburban League performer a year ago. The Gladiators were forced to run inside, negating much of their team speed. “They couldn’t really get outside,” Mike Fitch said. “Gahr’s got really good speed and we matched them.” Offensively, Mayfair was led by sophomore running back Cory Norman, who filled in for the injured Curtis Bedgood. Norman scored three touchdowns on runs of 1, 1 and 11 yards and finished with 86 yards on 16 carries. Bedgood, a junior, suffered a broken leg last week. “He’s been waiting for his chance to play,” said Fitch. “When one door closes, another opens up.” The Gladiators had some success with screen passes in the first half quarterback Jesse Figueroa completed 7-of-12 passes for 75 yards but never put together any sustained drives. Their only scoring chance came on the first drive of the game when they reached Mayfair’s 14. But three consecutive plays lost yardage and Edson Portillo’s 43-yard field-goal attempt fell short. “We wanted to play as tough as we can,” said senior Cameron Carter, who combined with fellow defensive end Grant Fitch for three sacks and several tackles for losses. “We took (this game) as a challenge. Forty-two points (allowed in a 49-42 victory last week) was unacceptable. This shutout is something to build on.” The Monsoons (4-1) allowed the Gladiators (4-1) just 203 total yards and added two defensive touchdowns on interceptions returns by Alterraun Verner (102 yards) and Charles Monsalvatge (62 yards).