The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

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November 9, 2013

Forest Hills upsets second-seeded Mount Union

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MOUNT UNION — On the next Ranger possession Kole House picked of a Donoughe pass and the Trojans were on the 47-yard line. On the first play from scrimmage the center snapped early and the Rangers recovered. Forest Hills burned nearly five minutes off the clock with their ground game with 2:24 showing left in the game when the Trojans took over on downs at the 21-yard line.

Walker broke off a 32-yard run followed by a 22-yard pass to Nate Goodrich to move the ball to the nine-yard line with over one minute left on the clock. On a first and goal play Donoughe picked off a Walker pass in the end zone to bring the ball to the 20-yard line. The Rangers took a knee to end the contest 14-13.

GAME NOTES: Smith led the Trojans with 94 yards rushing while Walker added 82 and 127 yards passing ... Heffner caught four passes for 30 yards ... Forest Hills had only 98 yards rushing ... Donoughe threw for 174 yards.

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