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Ridgeview passing game firing on all cylinders

Prior to being injured in the third quarter, Ridgeview quarterback Tyler Ferguson was having one of those games where it seemed like he just couldn’t do anything wrong.

According to the Bakersfield Californian, at one point in the first half Ferguson had three-straight completions of 40, 47 and 64 yards, in the Wolf Pack’s 47-21 win over South on Friday in Bakersfield.

“We were able to do what we wanted to do on offense,” Ridgeview coach Dennis Manning told the Californian. “It was a fun night for the receivers and Ferguson.”

Ferguson passed for 214 yards and two touchdowns. His leading receiver was UCLA-commit Shannon Edwards, who caught three passes for 137 yards, followed by Brock Martin, who had four receptions for 60 yards and two touchdowns. Kamari Moya-Cotton also had a 40-yard touchdown catch in the contest.

The Californian reports Ferguson left in an ambulance with a shoulder injury.

His replacement, Keanu Ramos went 3-for-4 for 40 yards and a touchdown.

Defensively, Edwards recovered a fumble and returned it 94 yards for a touchdown.

For South, running back Tarrell Duke rushed for 120 yards on 18 carries and Demetrius Green rushed seven times for 51 yards.

Receiver Jalen Oats caught four passes for 40 yards.

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