Crawford County at Forest Park

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    Forest Park's Sam Englert was announced prior to the start of the Rangers' 43-37 victory against the Crawford County Wolfpack on Wednesday in Ferdinand. Jacob Wiegand/The Herald

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    Crawford County's Gavin Coleman and Forest Park's Elliott Rothgerber went after the ball during the Rangers' 43-37 victory against the Wolfpack on Wednesday in Ferdinand. Jacob Wiegand/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Trever Zink put up a shot while Crawford County's Wyatt Allinger attempted to block during the Rangers' 43-37 victory against the Wolfpack on Wednesday in Ferdinand. Jacob Wiegand/The Herald

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    Forest Park senior MaKenna Chumbley held up her arms with other cheerleaders and fans as a Ranger prepared to shoot a free throw during the team's 43-37 victory against the Crawford County Wolfpack on Wednesday in Ferdinand. Jacob Wiegand/The Herald

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    Forest Park head coach Jeff Litherland spoke to the Rangers during halftime of the team's 43-37 victory against the Crawford County Wolfpack on Wednesday in Ferdinand. Jacob Wiegand/The Herald

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    Crawford County's Christian Carlton grabbed for the ball during the Forest Park Rangers' 43-37 victory against the Wolfpack on Wednesday in Ferdinand. Jacob Wiegand/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Curt Hopf dunked the ball during the Rangers' 43-37 victory against the Crawford County Wolfpack on Wednesday in Ferdinand. Jacob Wiegand/The Herald

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    Forest Park seniors Taryn Prechtel, front row from left, Morgan Tretter, Katelyn Tretter and Taylor Bayer chanted "I believe that we just won" with other fans following the Rangers' 43-37 victory against the Crawford County Wolfpack on Wednesday in Ferdinand. Katelyn said fans wore camouflage to the game with theme "hunt down the Wolfpack" in mind. Jacob Wiegand/The Herald