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For the second straight week, Crawley and the Rangers sustained a gut-wrenching defeat. Behind Crawley’s 219 yards of total offense and two touchdowns, Forest Hills had a nine-point lead in the second half and were on the verge of snapping its two-game losing streak when Rother took over in the final moments to enable Bishop Guilfoyle to end its own two-game skid, 17-16.

His team certainly continued that mission as they came up with two big defensive stops going into and coming out of the break as the Devils held on for the 28-22 win over the Rangers at G.H. Miller Memorial Field.

ROARING SPRING – After a season-opening win over Bishop McCort Catholic, Forest Hills paid a visit to Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference new…