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HTHS Football Impresses with Dominant Win Over Lancaster Golden Gales
In a remarkable display of skill and determination, the Hamilton Township High School football team left its mark on the field as they triumphed over the Lancaster Golden Gales by a score of 57-36! This victory marked one of the most significant wins for HT in the last 20 years and set the stage for what will hopefully be an extremely successful season.

Quarterback Josh Woods took center stage, delivering a stellar performance by completing 26 of 33 passes for 357 yards and 5 total touchdowns. Woods' precision and composure under pressure were instrumental in setting the tone for the Rangers' offensive onslaught. 

Not to be outdone, Senior running back Nadir Langston proved to be an unstoppable force, rushing for 160 yards on 20 carries and securing 3 touchdowns of his own. His exceptional speed and agility left the Gale defense struggling to contain his explosive plays, adding to the Rangers' commanding lead.

Showcasing their strategic prowess, the HTHS football team opted not to punt for the entire game, a testament to their confidence in the offensive line's ability to maintain control of the field. This decision kept the pressure on the Golden Gales and underscored the Rangers' dominance.

On the defensive end, the Rangers demonstrated their relentless determination by forcing 3 huge turnovers, all of which led directly to touchdowns on the offensive side of the ball. The electrifying atmosphere that enveloped the stadium was proof of the synergy between the coaches, players, and fans who were alive with roaring cheers all night. The amazing support of the fans amplified the energy on the field and created an unforgettable experience for all in attendance. 

Now sitting at 2-0 and coming off of this resounding victory, the stage is set for the Rangers to travel for their first away game of the season as they visit the Stars of Centennial High School where they will try to keep their undefeated start to the season alive. 

Go Rangers!