Ross tops Northwest in SWOC rivalry

HAMILTON – Game planning for this Ross football team is just incredibly difficult. Not only do the Rams boast a formidable and imposing style of play, but a luxurious amount of legs capable of gashing you for big yards.

Southwest Ohio Conference foe Northwest had the unenviable task of slowing down the Rams’ rushers – and proved there’s little you can do once they get going.

A host of Rams – led by senior quarterback Brayden Fraasman – racked up more than 315 yards on the ground in the Rams’ 26-14 win over Northwest on Friday night at Ross.

Ross High School quarterback Brayden Fraasman runs into the end zone for a touchdown against Northwest during a SWOC football game at Robinson Field in Ross Sept. 24, 2021.

Both teams enjoyed success moving the ball in the first half, but a costly early fumble by Northwest senior quarterback Darrion Montgomery – recovered by senior linebacker Brendan Sevier – put the Knights in a tough spot early.

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