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Football Holds Annual Spring Game

Photo courtesy of Gil Talbot
Photo courtesy of Gil Talbot

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard football held its annual spring game Saturday evening at Harvard Stadium. The Crimson and White teams battled evenly, with Camden Bohn and Henry Taylor enjoying standout nights.

Bohn went 10-for-13 for 128 yards and one touchdown, while throwing one pick. Taylor got the nod 22 times, amassing 74 yards and two rushes for touchdowns.

On the defensive side, Zach Kastenhuber led the way with 7.5 tackles, while Tim Haehl picked off one pass and returned it 15 yards.

After a forced fumble put the Crimson within 10 of the goal line, Taylor took three rushes, including a one-yard scamper, to break into the end zone.

A 51-yard catch by Ryan Antonellis set up a 38-yard field goal by Jake McIntyre. Camden Bohn found Lavance Northington for a 14-yard score to put the offense ahead, 17-10, in the second quarter. Bohn then found Noah Reimers for a five-yard completion and the third touchdown of the day.

Taylor opened wrapped the scoring with a three-yard touchdown run. 

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