Ross forging ahead with optimism, uncertainty and a goal of maintaining the program’s recent success

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Ross High School quarterback Jaye Warren makes a handoff Aug. 1, 2022, during a football practice at Robinson Field in Ross Township. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

ROSS TOWNSHIP — Ross High School’s football team officially began 2022 practice Monday morning in an atmosphere filled with high expectations and some uncertainty as well.

The Rams were 7-3 last year, their third straight season with seven or more wins, and return quite a bit of experience from that squad




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