Miami High 31, Braddock 27

Miami High mounts comeback to defeat Braddock

 

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A 55-yard touchdown catch by Keyshawn Young propelled the Stingarees to a comeback win against Braddock (0-2) at Curtis Park. Young scored four touchdowns, all on receptions.

“Coach told us to keep our heads, not quit and we would win,” said Young, who had six reception for 130 yards. “I told Coach to put me on the outside, and I could beat them.”

Prior to Young’s 55-yard touchdown, the Bulldogs led 27-24.

On the play, Young beat a defender down the sideline for a deep catch and broke a shoestring tackle attempt to get into the end zone with 1:33 to play.

On the following drive, Braddock got deep into Miami High territory, but the Stingarees intercepted a pass with 20 seconds to play.

Christian Linares scored three touchdowns for the Bulldogs.

Linares rushed for 97 yards and caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from Javie Ramirez.

Darren Collette

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