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Moss, Cantero better after ugly collision in week 1

    South Miami head coach David Gray said senior linebacker Korey Moss remained in the hospital through the weekend for tests -- all of which turned out negative -- following a collision with two minutes left in last Saturday’s game against Sunset.
    Gray said it was not a head or neck injury, but more of a stinger. Moss tried to return to practice on Wednesday, but it was canceled due to weather. With a bye next week, Gray said Moss might get off Friday’s game against Killian to fully recover.
    Moss, who tackled Daniel Cantero on the play, remained motionless on the field. Neither player was moved until fire rescue arrived, stopping play for nearly 40 minutes. Moss was immobilized on a hardboard stretcher, but could move his lower extremities. He gave a thumbs-up as he was being loaded into the truck. Cantero sat up at one point, but appeared to be dazed. Both players were transported to Kendall Medical Regional Center. Sunset couldn’t comment on Cantero’s status due to school policy.