Ferguson 50, Coral Park 14

Ferguson Falcons’ rushing attack too much for Coral Park


Special to the Miami Herald

The Ferguson Falcons (2-2) used a concerted rushing attack to defeat the Coral Park Rams (0-4) 50-14 on Friday night at Tropical Park.

The Falcons picked up 393 of total rushing yards in the game.

A total of five different Falcons rushed for a touchdown: Sean Carranza, Joey Rubio, Gianni McCrea, Anthony Moscoso, and Eric Porras.

McCrea reached the end zone twice in the victory.

Carranza picked up 185 yards on the ground.

Coral Park’s Jonathan Bown led the Rams with 135 rushing yards.

Brandon Hernandez caught a 6-yard pass.

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