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Calvary Christian romps in spring football game

At Naples

Spring game-breakers: Johnny Hubbard led Calvary Christian with 105 passing yards. …The Warriors recovered Naples St. John Neumann fumbles on the Celtics' first three offensive plays. On the first one, Jordan Ankrom scored on a 12-yard run. On the Warriors' third recovery, Ryan Smith rushed for a 3-yard score, and Calvary Christian was ahead 15-0 with 7:07 left in the first. … Late in the first quarter, Calvary Christian drove 80 yards for its third score and a 22-0 advantage. The drive was highlighted by a 22-yard run by Stephen Rice and a 3-yard scoring pass from Johnny Hubbard to Smith. …Hubbard connected with his brother Zach Hubbard on a 38-yard scoring play to put the Warriors ahead 29-0 at halftime.

Did you know? Both the Warriors and Celtics are trying to rebound from three-win campaigns last season.

Audible: "Calvary Christian came off that bus ready to play — no question. They came out and took it to us. They hit us a lot harder than we were able to hit them." — St. John Neumann coach Steve Howey on the Warriors, who arrived late after their bus broke down

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