STEAMROLLER — Biglerville’s Kalen Sharrah rumbles in the open field during last year’s game against York Tech. Sharrah, a rising junior who ran for 709 yards in 2018, is the leading returning rusher in the Times Area.

The black and gold colors Alex Ramos sports are clearly for the Biglerville Canners and not the Pittsburgh Steelers. A longtime Buffalo Bills fan, Ramos holds no place in his heart for the Steelers. He does have an appreciation, however, for how their head coach handles adversity — and the unexpected loss of starting players.

“I’m not necessarily a fan of Mike Tomlin but there are some things he does that I dig,” said Ramos, who enters his 10th season as head coach at Biglerville. “He focuses his attention on who’s with them and who they have, not who isn’t there.”

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