Canterbury RB James Goodwin probable with broken finger



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Tue. September 7, 2010 | Bob Putnam | Email

Canterbury running back James Goodwin will most likely play this week, despite breaking a finger in the season opener against Calvary Christian.

Goodwin suffered the injury during the first half of the Crusaders' 40-0 victory. Teammate Brent O'Neal took over the bulk of the rushing load and had 225 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.

"(James) banged up his finger, but he should be able to get there and play," Canterbury coach Steve Dudley said.

Goodwin's return to the lineup will be big considering the Crusaders play at Admiral Farragut in their first-ever district game. Canterbury has won 10 straight games dating back to last season, currently the longest streak in the county.

"This is the biggest game in the school's history," Dudley said. 

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