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Football: Alonso 28, Chamberlain 21

TAMPA — Brandon Holloway scored twice during the first three minutes of the fourth and Dylan Fisher threw two touchdowns for the visiting Ravens in the teams' Class 5A, District 5 opener.

Alonso (2-4) never trailed but didn't seal it until the final minute, when Fisher recovered an onside kick following Mitchell Norden's 38-yard touchdown pass to Wil Whiteside. Holloway ran for an 18-yard score and turned a screen pass into an 81-yard score, but the Chiefs answered both times.

In the first half, Chamberlain (1-5) committed 10 penalties for 75 yards, one nullifying a touchdown. It also dropped a pass in the end zone, missed a field goal and, on the final play, allowed Eddie Castillo's 62-yard touchdown catch that made it 13-2.

Fisher was 6-of-14 for 157 yards and had a team-high 66 yards on 17 carries.

Don Jensen, Times correspondent


Football: Alonso 28, Chamberlain 21 10/08/10 [Last modified: Saturday, October 9, 2010 12:31am]
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