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Football: Horses use big plays to stop Rams

Amsterdam's Bryan Stanavich is tripped up by Troy's Tyler Wrobel in the 2nd quarter at Amsterdam High School Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Amsterdam's Bryan Stanavich is tripped up by Troy's Tyler Wrobel in the 2nd quarter at Amsterdam High School Friday.
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Troy played like a football team desperate for a win Friday night. Maurice Jones and Rayshawn Johnson combined for over 300 rushing yards and three touchdowns, and Troy pinned down the Class A league’s highest-scoring offense for more than three quarters in a 26-14 victory over Amsterdam at W.H. Lynch Literacy Academy. “Their backs were up against the wall, and they were hungry,” said Amsterdam coach Doug Edick. “All week I told my guys to ...


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