Temple City was literally hurting after its 38-21 loss to Monrovia last week. The Rams (3-3-1, 1-1) will have to deal with injuries to Josh Simangunsong (concussion), Josh Lin (dislocated shoulder), Andrew Torres (mild concussion) and Sean Stanton (bone contusion) as they prepare for Blair on Friday. Simangunsong, a junior, took it hardest last week, and teammates tried consoling him after he learned he wouldn’t play the rest of the game. Simangunsong was injured in the second quarter, and from that point the dominos kept falling. After Stanton suffered a bone contusion to his left leg, Lin was called up to take his place at defensive back, and it wasn’t long before he went out with a dislocated left shoulder. Torres suffered a mild concussion after catching a 47-yard pass from quarterback Justin Smith to pull the Rams within 19-14 with one second left in the second quarter. Torres played a few minutes in the third quarter before he was taken out for the rest of the game. Senior offensive lineman Matt O’Malley couldn’t overcome constant cramping in his left leg. He missed most of the fourth quarter. “We’re kind of banged up,” Temple City coach Anthony White said, “but we don’t like to make excuses.” Simangunsong will likely miss Friday’s game, and Torres will be limited.