WARREN, Pa. – Triton Ringer scored twice and the Razorbacks’ defense recovered four fumbles in a 12-6 win over the Kane Tornadoes on Saturday.
It took just two plays for the Razorbacks to get their first fumble recovery of the game. Julian Darrieux forced the fumble and Jaxson Boozer recovered, but the Razorbacks gave the ball back on a bad snap that Kane recovered.
Again, just two plays later, Alex Haight forced, and recovered a fumble. The Razorbacks’ offense was forced to punt.
Kane fumbled the ball away again on its next possession. Harrison Williams stripped the ball away from the runner and Haight grabbed it for the recovery. This time, the Razorbacks marched down the field with the drive capped by Ringer’s 35-yard touchdown run.
Jack Shattuck recovered a fumble after a bad snap on the Tornadoes’ next play from scrimmage, but the Razorbacks were held in check and took a 6-0 lead into the half.
After forcing a turnover on downs, the Tornadoes scored on a 20-yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 6-6.
The Razorbacks answered with a scoring drive that ended with Ringer finding the end zone for the second time.
Ringer finished with 103 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Williams had 58 yards rushing. Gideon Milliman finished with 5 rushing yards.
On defense Zach Mocny, Haight, Williams, and Darrieux all had 3 tackles. Boozer, Shattuck, Ringer, Milliman, and Kaison Sutton all finished with 2 tackles,
The Razorbacks (2-3) will travel to Otto Eldred (2-1-1) Saturday, Sept. 23 at 1 p.m. to finish their season.