By Barry Sankey
ROYERSFORD — The first half of action dictated the tempo for Friday night’s Spring-Ford/Pottstown football game at Coach McNelly Stadium.
The host Rams took control with a 28-7 first-quarter lead and extended that margin to 41-13 by halftime as both sides took turns advancing the ball. The final arithmetic read 55-20 in favor of Spring-Ford in the Pioneer Athletic Conference contest.
Spring-Ford (6-1 PAC-10, 8-1 overall) accumulated 403 yards of total offense and eight touchdowns and capitalized on four turnovers by the Trojans (3-4, 4-5).Pottstown rolled up 401 yards of total offense itself, but the turnovers prevented the Trojans from mustering more points on the scoreboard.
|Photo by Barry Taglieber Spring-Ford’s Tate Carter runs around the edge for a touchdown against Pottstown Friday night in PAC-10 football action.|