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For their own good
Fifty years ago, they were screwed-up kids sent to the Florida School for Boys to be straightened out. But now they are screwed-up men, scarred by the whippings they endured. Read the story and see a video and portrait gallery.
By JOE SMITH and KEITH NIEBUHR
Published September 9, 2007
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Broken scoreboard can't stop Cougars
As Durant attempted to win Friday night's game against East Bay, the Cougars faced a monumental challenge in the final quarter.
A malfunctioning scoreboard.
"It went out with about nine minutes left," Durant coach Mike Gottman said.
To say the least, that made things tough.
But with time being kept on the field, the Cougars kept their cool and marched into scoring position with the clock winding down.
"It was really tough," Gottman said. "I didn't want the time to run out, so I had to tell the ref to call timeout with one second left."
At that point, Durant turned to kicker Evan Kelly, who nailed a winning 24-yard field goal in a 24-21 win.
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Newsome's margins of victory during its eight-game winning streak, which dates back to last season (most recent game listed first):
9 vs. Jesuit 13 vs. Spoto 38 vs. Bloomingdale 6 vs. Middleton 21 vs. Tampa Bay Tech 13 vs. Durant 7 vs. Freedom 18 vs. Plant City
9 total points allowed by the Tampa Catholic defense through two games.
"He can see everything now. And a lot of it tonight was big red helmets in his face."
Alonso coach Mike Heldt, commenting on QB Geno Quintana, who went to the eye doctor for the first time last week and was fitted for a pair of contacts.