For the second time in just as many days a Southern California football team is without enough players to compete.
On Thursday, it was announced that L.A.’s Jordan High School is forfeiting their game Friday against Bell (Calif.) due to having only 11 players at practice on Wednesday.
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According to the L.A. Times, the team has been hit with both injuries and ineligible players, and their final game of the season against Huntington Park on Oct. 30 could also be forfeited.
Jordan, 0-7 this season, had 27 players on their roster a few weeks ago, according to Coach Darrell Divinity.
Peninsula (Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.) is the other team forced to forfeit after being left with just 21 players on their roster. Peninsula went as far as forfeiting their final three games of the year, with their principal Mitzi Cress saying, “We no longer believe that we can safely field a varsity team without putting the health of our remaining student-athletes in jeopardy.”