“As a team, we’ve had a lot of injuries throughout the year,” Timony said. “Trevor and I are dying to play one more time on Turkey Day. But the guys get on without us. It doesn’t take everyone. The guys went out and had a huge win over Triton. It’s not about individuals.”
If Timony is cleared to play, he will likely require surgery after his final football game, meaning he will forego his senior hockey season. For Bradbury’s part, he doesn’t play a winter sport other than the occasional skateboarding adventure. He’s not worried about suffering an injury on the football field that will affect his skateboarding.
“I’ve been big into skateboarding since I was 5 years old,” Bradbury said. “I think football translates to skateboarding. Falling on the concrete can hurt a lot, so that helps me in football. I may need it on (Thursday).”