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Hutchinson Leads Stamford To Semi's

For Stamford's Junior Quarterback and Free Safety Hagen Hutchinson this season has been an up and down one.. He suffered an ankle injury in the second half of the season, and then rehurt it a few games later, making him unable to play defense and only playing offense. But now 14 games into the season and deep into the playoffs he's 100% and ready to lead this team to victory.
For Stamford's Junior Quarterback and Free Safety Hagen Hutchinson this season has been an up and down one.. He suffered an ankle injury in the second half of the season, and then rehurt it a few games later, making him unable to play defense and only playing offense. But now 14 games into the season and deep into the playoffs he's 100% and ready to lead this team to victory.

"We really like to play him both offensively and defensively because he's just as much a threat defensively as he has been offensively, but we've been limited. Fortunately at this time of the season he's 100% healthy. We are expecting him to play both offense and defense this week, and we expect him to contribute as much as he has up to this point." Says Head Coach Wayne Hutchinson. 

"Its been a nagging injury throughout most of the season, but then here recently, its gotten 100% and now I can go back on defense and knock some heads and get after then, you know, that what ive been wating for this whole season." adds Hagen Hutchinson.

"Hes a good athlete, I give him credit for that. We just need to make sure that we keep protecting him." adds Jacob Muhlstein.

Last Friday against Seymour, Hagen had 5 passing touchdowns and 2 rushing touchdown. The Stamford Bulldogs are getting prepared to take on Mart this Friday.
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