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    Boston Brewer (54), Aldo Cereceres (60) and Brodie Bates bring down the Bulls’ Chris Pritchard in the backfield late in the Steers 63-7 homecoming win over Bridgeport. The Steers combined for four sacks and seven tackles for loss in the win. (Leader photo by Mike Williams)

Steers trample Bulls in homecoming beat down

Nothing has been normal for the Graham Steers this season. The Steers have faced cancellations with short notice, games scheduled with short notice and after Friday’s 63-7 Homecoming win over Bridgeport, they’ve faced a game without their head coach, Kenny Davidson.

In a season of last-minute adjustments, the Steers made an adjustment with Defensive Coordinator Clay McChristian taking head coaching duties for the game.

The Steers scored early and they scored in bunches. JJ Lee returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown before the play was called back on a holding penalty. They still scored on a big play two plays later with a 48-yard touchdown pass from Hunter Lanham to Matthew Lindquist, his fourth touchdown reception of the year.

For the rest of the story, see the Oct. 14 edition of The Graham Leader.

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