Trojans survive injury scare, lasso Broncs 48-18
CRYSTAL FALLS—Dave Graff’s first night as Forest Park varsity football head coach ended up being a little like a night at the improv. But it all turned out (mostly) well, as the Trojans took a big early lead and stayed in front, earning a 48-18 win before the Dick Mettlach Field faithful. “Overall,” Graff said, “it was a real nice game. “Some real good individual efforts and a real good team effort.” The Trojan offense rolled up 416 total yards including 284 on the ground. Lee Graff led the attack with 21 carries for 222 yards and four touchdowns. The only sour note: Billy Ragio hurt a knee late in the second quarter when tackled. It did not seem to be serious—Ragio walked off the field unaided and strolled the sideline throughout the second half, but To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.