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Statistician dies after collision with prep football player

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SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) — A retired teacher who still kept score and statistics for a Pennsylvania Catholic high school has died of brain injuries suffered when a football player collided with him 10 days earlier. Scranton Prep says 67-year-old Tony Cantafio died Monday. A football player ran into Cantafio on the sidelines during a game […]
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