SOMETHING INTERESTING: The Indians haven't had a winning record in nonleague play since 2008.
BELL-JEFF VS. BISHOP MONTGOMERY
WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday.
WHERE: Bishop Montgomery.
RECORDS: The Guards are 1-1; the Knights are 2-0.
LAST WEEK: Bell-Jeff lost to Brentwood, 30-8; Bishop Montgomery defeated Contreras, 24-16.
OUTLOOK: After dominating in a win against Monroe a week earlier, the Guards had problems revving up their offense in the loss to Brentwood. Bell-Jeff's lone touchdown came when quarterback Johnathan Porter hooked up with tight end Andrew Belsito for a four-yard scoring pass. Bell-Jeff first-year Coach David Machuca wanted to play tough teams in higher divisions in nonleague competition this season. His squad will get that opportunity against the Knights. Bishop Montgomery has a solid running back in Michael Turner. However, Turner didn't play last week because of an injured ankle. The Knights also have a reliable quarterback in Louie Soto.
SOMETHING INTERESTING: Bishop Montgomery has benefited from the transfer of a group players from St. Bernard after the Vikings' program was discontinued.
The Bulldogs will have to wait to get back on the winning track after losing to West Ranch, 28-7, Thursday in a nonleague game at home.
Personal-foul penalties have been a big issue in the first two games of the season for Burbank (1-1), which committed four in last week's loss.
The Bulldogs will return to play Sept. 14 in a nonleague game at host Inglewood. It is the team's final nonleague contest before opening Pacific League action Sept. 20 against Hoover at Memorial Field.