Ross gets overpowered after long trip to Jackson, hopes to move forward and compete for SWBL title

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Ross High School's Mason Smith (3) is brought down by Jackson's Cayden Snyder (61) on Sept. 15, 2023, during a football game at Holzer Field in Jackson. The host Ironmen won 44-14. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

JACKSON — A fresh start became the goal for Ross High School’s football team Friday night after the nonconference portion of the Rams’ schedule ended with a thud.

Ross made the long trek to Southeast Ohio and struggled to compete with the Jackson Ironmen, who enjoyed a running clock for




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