TAMPA — Neither defense had much success, but Cambridge got the stop that mattered, forcing a Keswick incompletion with 30 seconds left to seal a 30-26 win.
Cambridge (4-3, 3-3) got the go-ahead touchdown on a trick play with four minutes left. Running back Brandon Park appeared to be coming out but stayed on the field inches from the Lancer sideline. QB Garrett Young tossed to Park for a 34-yard touchdown.
"It's one of those plays that's kind of on the borderline," Cambridge coach Bob Dare said. "It's legal and it's hard. It's hard especially to do it against a good friend, (Keswick coach) Rick Sanson. But I think it was about the only way to pull out that game."
Adam Foster had 167 yards on 22 carries for Keswick (1-5, 1-4).
Joe Polito, Times correspondent