Thursday, October 3, 2013

Bad Break for Player at Clinton Homecoming

By David Greene
BRONX, NEW YORK, OCTOBER 3- The DeWitt Clinton High School varsity football team, the Governors, remained unbeaten after coming from behind to beat the Engineers from Brooklyn Tech High School on Saturday, September 27.
Played at Clinton's home field on Paul Avenue. the Engineers led the Governors at halftime by a score of 24-14. In the opening drive of the third quarter Brooklyn Tech senior Teshawn Guy was tackled and suffered a broken ankle and was transported by EMS to a local hospital.
The Governors regrouped, coming back with 16-points in the third quarter and an additional six in the final quarter, while Clinton's defense shutdown the opposing offense and defeated the Engineers by the score of 36-24.
Governors quarterback Brandon Harris led his team with nine completions for 198-yards, including three touchdowns and a fumble.
The Governors improved to (4-0) while the Engineers fell to (0-4.)
Clinton High School will next host Tottenville High School on October 6, before going against Lehman High School on October 12. 

(Brooklyn Tech player is helped off the field after suffering a broken ankle during his teams fourth consecutive defeat.--Photos by David Greene)

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