Spring football: Sarasota Out-of-Door 46, Keswick Christian 27

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Fri. May 18, 2012 | Bob Putnam | Email

At Sarasota Out-of-Door

Score: Sarasota Out-of-Door 46, Keswick Christian 27

Spring game-breakers: The Crusaders fell behind 19-0 at the half and were down 26-0 early in the third quarter before they went on a furious rally. Taylor Angell led the comeback. But the Keswick Christian quarterback did it more with his legs than his arm. Angell finished with 281 yards rushing, including touchdown runs of 70 and 15 yards. … When Angell was not darting around the end on mad dashes, he was buying time in the pocket to throw for more than 100 yards and two touchdowns. One scoring pass was a 30-yarder to Alex Powell. The other was 4 yards to TJ Muscarella. … The Crusaders were supposed to lean more on their passing game because of the skill players who were returning. But Angell might be their best option in the running game after his strong showing. He showed flashes of what he could do on the ground last year as a dual-threat out of the shotgun and helps make up for the loss of running back Jayln Coleman, who is graduating. … On defense, Keswick was led by linebacker Adam Foster, who had three tackles for loss.

Did you know? The score was misleading considering the junior varsity squads played the first quarter and the Crusaders fell behind 9-0.

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