Servite center Christian LaBow (6-2, 250) has been offered by two teams from the Division III Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC).
The two-year starter has been offered by Redlands and Chapman, Friars football coach Scott Meyer reports.
LaBow and Servite's offensive line will be tested Friday when they open the Trinity League against four-time defending champion St. John Bosco (4-1) at Cerritos College at 7 p.m.
The Braves have won a Trinity League-record 21 consecutive games, a stretch dating back to 2011. St. John Bosco broke Servite's streak of 19 consecutive Trinity League victories, starting in 2008.
The Trinity League debuted in 2006.
RELATED: Trinity League Football Podcast: Midseason awards, grades, forecasts
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Santa Ana 14, Rancho Christian 52 - 01:01 4th QT - Completed
Calabasas 35, Capistrano Valley 14 - 00:00 4th QT - Completed
St. John Bosco 21, Mater Dei 14 - 00:33 2nd QT - Completed
Edison 44, La Mirada 24 - 00:00 4th QT - Completed
Burbank 21, Yorba Linda 31 - 00:00 4th QT - Completed
El Modena 2, Orange Lutheran 2 - 45:00 2nd Half - Completed
Eisenhower 28, Mater Dei 93 - 02:00 4th QT - Completed
Santa Fe 65, Foothill 53 - 00:00 4th QT - Completed
Valencia/Valencia 35, San Clemente 41 - 00:00 4th QT - Completed
El Modena 21, Yorba Linda 28 - 00:00 4th QT - Completed
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