On Friday night, Barnstable quarterback DJ Crook suffered a thumb injury midway through the third quarter against New Bedford. According to an e-mail from Crook's father, Doug Crook Sr., the Red Raiders quarterback hopes to be back on the field in 3-4 weeks with a transverse fracture on his right thumb. However no firm timetable has been set.
Crook will undergoe an MRI this weekend to determine if there's any more damage to the thumb. It was initially thought his thumb had been dislocated.
The Barnstable quarterback is currently tied for second in Massachusetts state history with 74 career touchdown passes.
Barnstable lost to New Bedford Friday night 31-17.
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