Injury update from Dunedin-Largo



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Fri. September 4, 2009 | Bob Putnam | Email

There were a few key injuries from Thursday night's Dunedin-Largo game.

The most serious involved the Falcons' Jeremy Williams, who was hurt on a kickoff. He was down for several minutes and was taken off on a stretcher. Dunedin coach Mark Everett said after the game that Williams suffered a broken leg, which will most likely keep him out the rest of the season.

The Packers had two players on offense go down with injuries. Jamar Riley, who was splitting time with Alex Skinner at quarterback, left in the second quarter with sprained knee and did not return. Largo coach Rick Rodriguez said Riley's status still is unknown.

In the fourth quarter, Packers running back D.J. Key left with a sparined right ankle. But he was walking after the game and said he should be ready for next week's game against East Lake.

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