King vs. Denby Photo Gallery

Nick Perry and Detroit King squared off with Glenn Winston and Detroit Denby for Public School League supremacy yesterday afternoon, and GoBlueWolverine was on hand to take in the festivities. Winston had one of the biggest plays of the day in the second half, but Perry wreaked havoc all game long and helped his team bring home its second straight city title, 28-11.



Nicholas Perry works his way through traffic to make a play


Perry fights off a block


It was tough sledding early for Glenn Winston


Big 6-7 jr. OT Antonio Singleton's basketball agility was on display as he helped clear a path for King's ground game


Singleton

Perry was all over the field in the first half, helping key a defensive attack that held Denby to three points in the first half. King went into the break up 13-3.


Winston sees a crease in the second half as Nick Perry looks on from the outside


Winston finally finds daylight, cutting an ISO to the outside and rumbling about 50 yards before being caught from behind by Nick Perry.


Glenn busts through the line for the two-point conversion to make the score 13-11


Glenn and Nick swap paint...


But Nick has the last laugh after the Crusaders intercepted a pass that was tipped by Denby's TE and returned it 40 yards for a TD. King later iced the game on a Darrin Williams rushing TD to close out a 28-11 victory and the Crusaders' second straight PSL title.

Stay tuned to GoBlueWolverine for video highlights and interviews... as well as comments from Perry on the role distance will play in his decision.


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