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The Moors have been waiting for their offense to catch up with their defense, and appear to have turned that corner following blowout victories over San Marino (52-7) and South Pasadena (32-0). It’s hard to discount the fact, though, that the Moors have yet to play a team with a winning record, and will be facing a winless team for the third straight week. And Brown, who has a season average of 115 yards per game, has averaged 140 yards in his last two. Apparently, all systems are firing. “Everyone is getting their timing and rhythm down,’ Ruedaflores said. “That’s the most important part, regardless of who we’ve been playing.’ Village Christian (2-2) vs. Marshall (1-2) at Muir, 7 p.m. The Crusaders boast one of the best running backs in Division XIII in Chris Handy, who averages 142 yards a game and has eight touchdowns. The Eagles counter with quarterback Randall Rivers, who has thrown for 585 yards and rushed for 275. It’s a good test for Marshall, which hasn’t played since a 40-6 win over Blair on Sept. 22, which gave new coach Johnny Lopez his first victory. The Eagles had last week’s game against L.A. Baptist postponed because of the fires in Ventura County. Blair (0-4) vs. Hoover (2-2) at Glendale HS, 7 p.m. After being outscored 145-25 in their first three games, the Vikings looked more respectable in a 28-7 loss to Rosamond last week. If that improvement continues this week, they may have a good chance against the Tornadoes, who have beaten Mountain View and South Pasadena, but are coming off a 48-7 blowout loss by Burbank. Fred J. Robledo can be reached at (626) 962-8811, Ext. 4485, or by e-mail at [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 For Moors coach Gil Ruedaflores, that’s just fine, as long as they keep on winning. “Against San Marino and South Pasadena, we controlled the line of scrimmage, and when you do that, you have the ability to take over ballgames,’ Ruedaflores said. “The other thing is we’ve been injury- free. Knock on wood, because those things have hampered us over the years.’ The Moors have been waiting for quarterback Jacob Proctor and Zion Babb to find continuity, which they’ve shown the past two weeks. But during that time, running back Anthony Brown has emerged as a threat, and that’s given the Moors plenty of options to choose from. Proctor has thrown for 417 yards and six touchdowns in his last two games, and is now averaging 172 yards a game. Babb, who had six receptions for 103 yards his first two games, has 17 receptions and 288 yards in his last two outings. The optimism surrounding the Alhambra High School football team comes with a bit of caution these days. The undefeated Moors are hoping to go 5-0 for the first time since 1994 when they travel to face winless Pioneer High School (0-4) at 7 tonight.