The Forest Hills Central Rangers began OK White play against the always fierce Byron Center Bulldogs. As has been the case in each of the past few seasons, this game ended a one-possession affair. The stellar play of FHC quarterback Justin Osterhouse proved to be the difference in the 21-13 victory.

Osterhouse capped off all three Rangers scoring drives. On fifteen carries, he racked up 72 yards. Two of his carries went for rushing scores. When he aired the football out, Osterhouse completed 7 of 12 passes. These completions racked up 120 yards and the final touchdown.

Max Richardson caught his second touchdown pass of the season, his 9-yard catch the lone reception of his night.

JT Hartman had 171 rushing yards on 19 carries, though he failed to find the end zone. Chase Robinson finished with 61 receiving yards to pace the Rangers.

Defensively, FHC was led by Richardson (6 tackles, 1 interception), Crandall Quinn (7 tackles) and Ty Hudkins (5 tackles).