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Latin Academy and Dance set for matchup against St. Clement

Posted by Ryan Butler  November 11, 2013 10:05 AM

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After defeating top-seeded O’Bryant, 20-6, in the MIAA Division 6 North semifinals Friday night, fourth-seeded Latin Academy is set to continue its state run against St. Clement this Saturday at Dilboy Field in Somerville at 6 p.m.

And fortunately for Latin Academy, it appears that star quarterback Kyle Dance will be good to go.

Dance suffered a slight leg injury against O’Bryant during a first-quarter touchdown run and sat for the rest of the game. According to coach Rocco Zizzi, Dance has been taking his recovery one step at a time.

“He says he’s been getting better,” Zizzi said. “That’s all I really know so far. It was a slight pulled muscle in his leg on his second touchdown run, so he should be good to go on Saturday. But we’ll see what happens.”

Latin Academy will play a second-seeded St. Clement team that beat Cathedral, 28-8, and a Super Bowl berth will be on the line. The winner will head to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough Dec. 7.

Ryan M. Butler covers Boston Public School athletics. He can be reached at butler.globe@gmail.com. Follow him on Twitter @butler_globe or @BPSspts.

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