YARMOUTH – Yarmouth rolled up 320 rushing yards to grind out a 46-7 victory over Traip Academy in a Western Class C football game Thursday night.

The Rangers (2-1) got off to a fast start with Tommy Ginn rumbling 50 yards for a touchdown at 9:20 of the first quarter. The extra-point kick by Matt Clifford gave Traip a 7-0 lead.

The Clippers (3-0) quickly answered as Anders Overhaug took the ensuing kickoff 83 yards for a touchdown.

“The key to the game was Anders scoring on his kick return right after they scored,” said Yarmouth Coach Jim Hartman.

The rest of the game was all Yarmouth.

The Clippers held the Rangers to 74 yards rushing while getting touchdowns from four running backs, two of whom ran for more than 70 yards.

Senior Nate Pingitore finished with 77 yards, including a 10-yard TD run, and Nick Broscia ran for 75 yards and two touchdowns.

Brady Neuihar also powered his way into the end zone with a couple of short-yardage runs. His first came shortly after Overhaug’s score to put Yarmouth ahead, 13-7.

Broscia scored his first TD in the second quarter, allowing the Clippers to head into the break with a 20-7 lead.

Caleb Uhl completed the scoring in the fourth quarter with a 46-yard run.

“We played well in all three areas of the game,” said Hartman. “It was a real good game.”