Pinckney victimized by La Coruña’s other Bower twin in football defeat

LA CORUNA (AP) — Pinckney didn’t have much to deal with Tarick Bower, who terrorized Fowlerville six nights earlier, but his twin brother didn’t offer much relief as the focal point of the La Coruna attack.

Pinckney's Brady Raymond had 15 carries for 157 yards and two touchdowns in a 35-28 loss at Corunna.

Junior quarterback Wyatt Bower rushed 22 times for 203 yards and two touchdowns Thursday night in the Cavaliers’ 35-28 win over Pinckney.

He also went 5-for-10 for 60 yards and a touchdown.

Tarick Bower only had one touch on offense, a 31-yard reception. In a 36-13 win over Fowlerville, he rushed for three touchdowns and intercepted two passes.

“He had a little injury, maybe a hamstring,” Pinckney’s trainer Jason Carpenter said. “His twin brother of his did a great job tonight with a lot of the quarterback reading schemes that they run. He did a great job running the ball for them and stepping up with his brother out.”

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