Clearwater's Ryan Hagen questionable for Thursday's game against Pinellas Park



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Mon. October 11, 2010 | Bob Putnam | Email

Clearwater quarterback Ryan Hagen pulled a neck muscle in Friday's loss to Countryside and is uncertain whether he will be able play Thursday against Pinellas Park in a nondistrict game.

Hagen was injured in the first quarter against the Cougars. He said he will see a doctor Tuesday to find out whether he will be cleared to play.

"I don't have full rotation in my neck, but I can move it," Hagen said. "I've been working with the trainers all last weekend and this week to get ready."

Hagen, a senior who is in his second year as a starter, has led the Tornadoes to a 4-2 record.

"I feel like I can go out and play," Hagen said. "But that decision will be up to the doctors."

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