There are coaches who consider football teams with 0-4 records dangerous because they have nothing to lose and nowhere to go but up. If that’s the case, then Alhambra High should beware in their game tonight as it travels to winless Pioneer High. Pioneer has been outscored, 140-41, and is coming off a 33-0 loss to Baldwin Park. The Titans have had their offensive moments, moving the ball in the right direction only too often ending the drive with mistakes. Coach Ramon Juarez was not certain early in the week who his quarterback would be after losing his top two to injury. Diego Saucedo has completed 11 of 25 passes for 144 yards and three touchdowns. Ruben Acosta is 10 for 28 for 123 yards and two scores. Starting running back Justin Giambroni has been bothered by injury and is doubtful for the game. Jesus Alvarez tops the ground game with 136 yards on 24 carries, but he, too, is slowed by injury. Wide Receiver Kelsey Thompson has been a bright spot for the Titans with 12 receptions for 221 yards and three touchdowns. He is averaging 18.4 yards per catch. Montebello (1-3) at Rowland (3-1), 7 p.m. In a game originally scheduled to be played Friday but was moved up a day due to a shortage of game officials, both teams finish up their nonleague schedule with something to prove. Montebello High is looking for consistency in its offense and to eliminate their mistakes. Rowland High wants to go into San Antonio League play coming off a victory after having its three- game winning streak ended last week by Don Lugo, 27-10. The Raiders had outscored their first three opponents, 81-20. They open league play against South Hills, ranked No. 1 in Division VII. Montebello is in the same boat, wanting to take a victory into their Del Rio League opener against four- time defending league champion Santa Fe, ranked No. 3 in Division VII. Roger Murray can be reached at (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3046, or by e-mail at roger.murray 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! However, reality dictates the unbeaten Moors are in the driver’s seat on a route many observers predict will take them to the Almont League championship. While everything about their season to date seems to back that up, there’s a bit more to consider. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Alhambra has won close games over Glendale (20-14) and Temple City (14-7), and breezed to victories over San Marino (52-7) and South Pasadena (32-0), However, the Moors have yet to face a team with a winning record. In fact, in Pioneer, they face a winless team for the third consecutive week. Alhambra is led by quarterback Jacob Proctor and wide receiver Zion Babb, with running back Anthony Brown rapidly making his mark on the program. Proctor has thrown for 417 yards and six touchdowns in his last two games and is averaging 172 yards a game. Babb, who had six receptions for 103 yards the first two games, has 17 receptions and 288 yards in his last two. Brown, who has a season average of 115 yards per game, has averaged 140 yards in his last two outings.