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Alonso 36, Chamberlain 13

TAMPA — A string of touchdowns by Jameel Gay and some big running plays led the Ravens.

After a short Chiefs possession, Alonso, up 7-0, scored on its second drive. Chamberlain's next drive was foiled on third down by a fumble, then a delay of game penalty. Alonso responded with another touchdown drive capped by C.J. Bennett's pass to Gay for Gay's third score.

Chamberlain's next drive ended in an interception by defensive back Cameron Rude. The ensuing drive resulted in a 34-yard touchdown pass to Jesse Anaya.

Chamberlain finally scored late in the second quarter on a 96-yard run.

But in the third, an Alonso interception resulted in another touchdown pass fro Bennett to Gay. Chamberlain scored early in the third quarter, but the Chiefs failed to convert the extra point. Alonso's final score came from a field goal.

Ian Dyer, Times correspondent


Alonso 36, Chamberlain 13 10/10/09 [Last modified: Saturday, October 10, 2009 12:26am]
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