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Forest Hills Beats Penn Cambria

Rangers Down Panthers 22-6.
CRESSON, CAMBRIA COUNTY - On a wet and dreary night in Cresson, the Forest Hills Rangers were able to run the ball effectively in poor conditions to outscore the Penn Cambria Panthers, 22-6.

The Rangers were able to drive the ball down field in the first half, but unable to come up with a score. In the second half, the Rangers came out of the locker room determined to get into the end zone.  QB Joe Donoughe converted a crucial third down play that set up a Shareef Blough 5-yard burst into the end zone for a touchdown.  Donoughe then tacked on a conversion run to put the score at 8-0.

Penn Cambria scored on their next possession to cut the lead to 8-6, however they were unable to capitalize on the conversion attempt.

On the Rangers next possession Blough, who would not be denied of the end zone, broke several tackles on his way to a 37-yard touchdown run.  The PAT was blocked putting the score at 14-6.

Forest Hills closed out the scoring with a 5-yard pass from Donoughe to Ian Wieczorek. This scoring drive was set up by a Donoughe 60-yard score that was negated by a penalty, but left the Rangers deep in the Panthers territory.  Blough converted a 3-yard 4th down run to keep the drive alive. The conversion was successful with a Donoughe pass to Dusty Ohler to set the final score at 22-6.

Blough finished the night with 27 carries for 181 yards and 2 touchdown runs.  Donoughe added 102 yards on 18 carries.  Dusty Ohler had a big night on defense, recording 19 tackles.

The Rangers (4-3) look to keep their momentum, as they travel to Somerset (6-1) to take on the Eagles on Friday at 7pm.

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