SAN DIEGO — Big plays dominated the San Diego and Bishop showdown Friday night.

And fortunately for the San Diego Vaqueros, they had a whole lot more than the Bishop Badgers in the crucial District 30-3A match-up, and that helped them pull out a 50-14 victory.

The win improves San Diego to 4-0 in 30-3A and means that Friday’s road game against Lyford is for the district title. Friday’s win was San Diego’s fifth-straight.

The Vaqueros had a total of six scoring plays of 24 yards or more against Bishop Friday night. Ironically, the night began with a 90-yard scoring pass by Bishop.

San Diego trailed but came back with a 30-yard scoring pass from quarterback Ryan Ochoa to Abel Casas in the first quarter.

In the second quarter, the Vaqueros scored on a 55-yard run by Ryan Briones and an 86-yard run by Ochoa.

Defensive back Sergio Guerra scored before halftime when he picked off a pass and returned it 90 yards for a touchdown.

Ochoa scored on a four-yard run in the third, but the offense was outdone by the defense in that frame when Casas scored on a 64-yard interception return for a touchdown and another interception return for 24 yards for a touchdown.

Ochoa ended the night by completing 12 of 23 passes for 160 yards. He also rushed for 101 yards on five carries. Briones led all rushers with 13 carries for 123 yards.

Cases had two catches for 70 yards and Jeremy Ramirez had six catches for 58 yards.