Down 7-6 at halftime, Cambridge exploded for 36 points after the break.
Late in the second quarter, the Lancers moved inside the Warriors’ 5-yard line, only to cough up a fumble that Calvary returned deep into Cambridge territory before getting into the end zone a few plays later. But Cambridge came out of intermission fired up, marched down the field on the first possession of the second half and never looked back.
“That kind of set the tone for the rest of the game,” Cambridge coach Bob Dare said.
Quarterback Michael McDermott, who entered with 637 yards and eight touchdowns, continued his impressive early-season passing by throwing for three more scores against the Warriors.
“He’s having a pretty good year,” Dare said. “I’m pleasantly surprised.”
The lone bright spot for the Calvary came on a 45-yard scoring pass from Allen Barnes to his brother, Derek.