ADA TOWNSHIP, MICH. - Coming off their best season since 1995, the Forest Hills Central Rangers are looking to keep their momentum going and reach beyond the 9-3 record they achieved in 2016.
Those three losses from last season came by a combined total of eight points, and two of them were to their OK White foe, the Lowell Red Arrows.
The second loss against Lowell, a 22-19 affair in the regional finals, sent FHC home for the fall. And while the Rangers are certain to have the Red Arrows circled on their calendar, they also know they have to take it week-by-week.
Forest Hills Central opens up the year with a home game against Jension.
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