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Brashear cruises, sets up rematch with Perry

| Saturday, Nov. 1, 2003

Brashear will get a chance to prove its win over Perry earlier in the season wasn't a fluke.

The Bulls (10-0) routed Schenley (6-4) 40-0 on Friday night at Cupples Stadium behind the running and passing of quarterback Kevin Flaherty. He ran for two scores and passed for another to lead Brashear into the City League finals against Perry. Perry has won five of the last six City titles, including the last three in a row.

Flaherty completed 5 of 12 passes for 67 yards and carried 8 times for 90 yards.

Brashear led 21-0 at the end of the first quarter and 27-0 at halftime. The Brashear defense forced five turnovers, including two fumbles that were returned for touchdowns.

Brashear will face Perry at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Heinz Field.

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