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Spring-Ford turning to young players in 2017

Spring-Ford football preview

The Spring-Ford Rams will rely on some inexperienced players in their quest for another successful season. 

The Rams lose 18 starters from last year's team that went 9-3 and earned another District One playoff berth.

But they do return quarterback T.J. Pergine, who will lead the offense once again in 2017.

WFMZ's Sam Marcinek has more. 


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