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

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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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