|Spring-Ford quarterback Hank Coyne hands off to running back Jarred Jones against Perkiomen Valley Friday. (Photo/Tom Kelly III)|
By Darryl Grumling
GRATERFORD — When most casual observers think Spring-Ford football, the image likely conjured up is the aerial artistry of record-setting quarterback Hank Coyne.
But when the Rams have to, they are quite adept at going into the ground-and-pound mode.
Friday night was one of those occasions, when Spring-Ford’s versatile rushing attack laid the “groundwork,” so to speak, for a 42-28 Pioneer Athletic Conference victory over Perkiomen Valley at Thomas J. Keenan Stadium.
“We ran the ball really well tonight,” said Rams senior fullback Yousef Lundi.
The Rams (7-1, 9-1 overall) did that, and then some, en route to a victory that clinched a District 1-AAAA playoff berth.(For complete story, click here...)