JV football rallies late for a huge 49-18 over South Christian

JV football rallies late for a huge 49-18 over South Christian

Moise Guerrier, Sports Reporter

The Rangers battled their way to victory against the South Christian Sailors Wednesday night. The Sailors received the opening kick off, putting the Rangers on defense for the opening series. The Sailors were not able to move the ball efficiently, and went three and out early, punting the ball into the Rangers territory. FHC drew first blood with a 35 yard field goal from sophomore Will Gustafson with five minutes remaining in the opening quarter.

The Rangers found themselves with an 18-17 deficit. The Rangers unable to score on the 40 yard line, and decided to punt the ball pinning the Sailors deep their own territory. Both teams would find ways to get in the endzone twice in the second quarter. The Rangers found themselves with an 18-17 deficit going into the half.

Right out of the locker room the Rangers controlled the game, and made a convincing turn around. Not only dominating the Sailors on offense but defensively as well. FHC finished with 15 unanswered points in the third quarter making it 32-18. The Rangers finally finished off the Sailors with a 75 yard touchdown by Hayden Sarjeant. After the second half throttling, FHC came out with a 31 point win 49-18.

Next week, the Rangers (2-0) return to action against Ottawa Hills next Thursday.