TAMPA — Jordan Ankrom scored three touchdowns — one rushing, two receiving — as Calvary Christian beat Class B, District 6 foe Cambridge 37-19 Saturday.
Ankrom put Calvary (3-5, 1-3) up 7-0 with a 5-yard run. Then Micah Lewis took the ensuing kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown, but Cambridge (1-8, 0-5) missed the extra point.
The Warriors went up 14-6 when Buddy Adzima hit Zach Muller for a 57-yard score in the second quarter, and the Warriors held Cambridge to 8 total yards in the first half.
Jordan Schmidt and Andrew Chen then led a Calvary defense that forced three turnovers, including two in the third quarter that led to 10 points.
"It was great to see our guys get opportunities to make plays," Calvary coach Chris Rivera said. "They did a lot of good things considering Cambridge took away our run game and forced us to rely on other things."
Ankrom caught TD passes of 9 and 33 yards as Calvary built a 37-6 lead. Cambridge got two scores but they came too late.