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Football: Miles Reed is latest Corona Centennial running back to roll up yards

It's like turning a switch and the light goes on. It's routine. The same goes for playing running back at Corona Centennial. It's routine that the next guy up succeeds, and Miles Reed is the latest top back for the Huskies. He has rushed for 1,110 yards and 17 touchdowns in six games. Yes, having...
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