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Road to 60: Clairton sends a message against Carlynton

Clairton's Terrish Webb. Ronald Vezzani Jr./for the Tribune Review

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Winning streaks: Clairton 49, Central Bucks West 59

After escaping Chartiers-Houston with a two-point victory in Week 1, Clairton made a statement with a 50-7 victory at Carlynton.

“We had to let teams know we're still aiming for a state championship this year,” said senior Terrish Webb, who had a 33-yard scoring catch and committed to Kent State on Sunday. “Since they almost beat us, teams are probably thinking we could be beat this year.”

Tyler Boyd rushed for 139 yards and four touchdowns and returned a punt 55 yards for another score for the Bears, who played without senior left tackle Devonte Harvey (knee) and several other projected starters on the line who are academically ineligible until Week 4.

“When those guys come back,” Webb said, “that will be a plus.”

— Kevin Gorman

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Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012, 8:59 p.m.
 
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