The Bishop Amat (La Puente, CA) varsity football team has a home non-conference game vs. Servite (Anaheim, CA) today @ 7pm ET.
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Previews and predictions for Thursday’s featured high school football games:
Servite (2-0) at Bishop Amat (1-1), 7 p.m. Bishop Amat finishes the back end of a brutal two-game stretch. The Lancers lost to St. John Bosco, 47-7, last week and now face the undefeated Friars. For some perspective, St. John Bosco is not only nationally ranked, but is No. 2 in Calpreps’ Southern Section rankings behind top-ranked Mater Dei. Servite is No. 3 in Calpreps’ rankings. The Calpreps rankings will be used to help the CIF Southern Section create the playoff divisions at the end of the season. The Friars have been mighty impressive, beating Edison 54-14 and then opening a lot of eyes with an easy 44-7 win over Mission Viejo. For the Lancers to have any chance, they need to find a way to deal with Friars QB and Arizona commit Noah Fifita, who is averaging 303 yards passing, has thrown seven touchdowns, and is also dangerous with his feet. The Lancers should fare better than last week’s 40-point loss to St. John Bosco simply because they’re at home and they always perform better at Kiefer, but they’re still huge underdogs.
The pick: Servite
Glendora (3-0) at Los Altos (1-2), 7 p.m.: The Tartans’ defense did a good job limiting Charter Oak’s rushing attack last week in a 28-14 victory. Their secondary also came through with four interceptions, which does not bode well for the Conquerors’ chances. Los Altos gave undefeated Monrovia all it could handle last week before losing 25-22, but a week earlier it lost to Ayala 35-0, and Ayala is similar to Glendora in how it can defend and score. Tartans RB Braydon Brus continues to lead the offense, and as he goes, the team follows. Los Altos has given Glendora fits before, but we just don’t see it this time around.
The pick: Glendora
La Habra (0-3) vs. Orange (0-2) at El Modena HS, 7 p.m.: Going winless through three games is unfamiliar territory for La Habra. The Highlanders have had tough losses to Upland, Bishop Amat and an 18-14 loss to Eastlake of Chula Vista last week. The Highlanders have a great chance to get back on track against winless Orange. La Habra will face undefeated Ayala next week. The good news for the Highlanders is it appears the Freeway League isn’t as strong as it was in recent seasons, so they’re still expected to be league favorites. But if you’re looking for a nonleague win, this has to be it.