Providence eyeing Miles Boykin’s return for Class 7A semifinal

SHARE Providence eyeing Miles Boykin’s return for Class 7A semifinal
SHARE Providence eyeing Miles Boykin’s return for Class 7A semifinal

Providence coach Mark Coglianese is pleased his team was able to overcome the absence of receiver Miles Boykin on Saturday against Wheaton Warrenville South to post a 23-6 win.

Boykin dislocated the pinkie finger on his left hand during the Celtics’ Class 7A second-round win over St. Rita.

Coglianese, though, would prefer to have Boykin, a Notre Dame recruit, on the field when the Celtics square off against Catholic Blue rival Mount Carmel at noon Saturday in a semifinal at Gately Stadium. Boykin has totaled 55 catches for 866 yards and 18 touchdowns.

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