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Wed. February 8, 2012 | Bob Putnam | Email

No. 2 seed Keswick Christian jumped out to an 18-point lead at halftime and held off a brief rally to beat No. 3 seed Canterbury in the first semifinal 69-59.

Keswick had a balanced offense with Derek Sanson (21 points), Justen Del Grosso (14), Taylor Angell (11) and TJ Muscarella (10) reaching double figures. Canterbury’s top scorers were P.J. Franklin (19 points) and Hunter Coia (16).

In Friday’s final, Keswick will play top seed Sarasota Christian, which beat No. 4 seed Lakeside Christian 77-41 in the other semifinal.


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