Pen­nridge holds off Penns­bury

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Clark rolled out to his strong side and be­fore he FRuOG fiQG Kis WDrJHWs GRwQ fiHOG, WKH 5DPs’ 0iNH CODss came off his de­fen­sive back po­si­tion to bring down Clark and bring on SpringFord. The Rams out of the Pac-10 de­feated Ri­d­ley 2826 on Fri­day and will play the Sub­ur­ban One Con­ti­nen­tal Con­fer­ence champs at Poppy Yoder on Satur­day.

“Mike is a great de­fen­sive back, but he car­ries the ball a lot on of­fense,” Cuth­bert said. “We had an in­jury and Mike was pre­pared. We are ex­cited to have an­other home game.”

Class’ game sav­ing tackle will be talked about in town for a while, but his per­for­mance on of­fense al­lowed the Rams to take 28-7 early in the sec­ond half. The ju­nior run­ning back picked up 154 yards rush­ing and found the end zone twice. Class’ sec­ond score was a 69-yard dash to pay-dirt be­hind tackle Shane Kraynik, who sealed off the edge and al­lowed the sprinter speed of the area’s top tail­back to do the rest.

“They were big, but we were able to get to our blocks, and we have Mike,” Kraynik said. “As the game goes on, we made some ad­just­ments. Our hard work is pay­ing off. It is a dream come true.”

The Rams scor­ing was started by se­nior John Kim’s 16-yard run and capped off by se­nior Alex Krivda’s 25-yard touch­down pass to Kyle Bigam. The road to the District One Cham­pi­onship Game goes through Perkasie. Be­lieve or not, it is just how the Rams ex­pected it to be back Au­gust.

“Some asked me a cou­ple weeks ago if we ex­pected to be 9-1 and I said, ‘no’,” Krivda said. “We ex­pected to 10-0.”

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