Football: Locke becomes the fourth team to forfeit because of depleted roster
For the fourth time this week, a school has forfeited its scheduled football game because of a depleted roster.
Locke High forfeited its game against Los Angeles on Friday.
Los Angeles players were on the bus traveling to Locke when Coach Eric Scott said he received a phone call from his assistant principal informing him Locke did not have enough players to play the game.
Los Angeles improves to 8-0 with the Coliseum League victory.
L.A. Jordan, Animo South Los Angeles and Peninsula also forfeited games this week.
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