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St. John's DL Kevin McReynolds out indefinitely

One of the Washington area's most heavily recruited players sat out his past weekend and might miss at least one more game.

St. John's defensive lineman Kevin McReynolds missed Saturday's 34-15 victory over McNamara and "is out indefinitely" with an injured ankle, Cadets Coach Joe Patterson said.

McReynolds was hurt during a 27-21 victory over Paul VI Catholic on Oct. 2, Patterson said. He is scheduled to have a magnetic resonance imaging exam on Monday.

"He started playing with a noticeable limp and was having a hard time playing through it," Patterson said, noting that McReynolds finished the game but has not practiced since. "It might be another week, it might be another two weeks. I don't have any idea at this point. He might be cleared this week, but I'm not holding my breath."

McReynolds has been using crutches with his foot in a protective boot.

St. John's (3-3, 2-1 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference) plays 14th-ranked DeMatha (4-2, 2-1) on Friday at Prince George's Sports and Learning Center.

By Josh Barr  | October 11, 2010; 5:56 AM ET
Categories:  Football, Kevin McReynolds, St. John's  
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