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Football: Bradenton Christian 15, Keswick Christian 13

ST. PETERSBURG — In a game dominated by defense, a failed 2-point conversion by Keswick in the final seconds allowed Bradenton Christian to escape with a victory.

Bradenton Christian was led by senior running back Ronald Schooler, who had 12 rushes for 118 yards and both Panther touchdowns.

The trio of running back Jayln Coleman, quarterback Taylor Angell and wide receiver Armani Lonardo led the Crusaders. Coleman, a junior, had 15 rushes for 110 yards. Angell, a sophomore, was 9-of-19 passing for 138 yards and two touchdowns. Lonardo, a senior, had six receptions for 121 yards and both touchdowns.

Both defenses stood tall but the Panthers came through when it mattered most, stopping Coleman 2 yards of the potential tying conversion.

Lauren Burg, Times correspondent

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Football: Bradenton Christian 15, Keswick Christian 13 09/11/10 [Last modified: Saturday, September 11, 2010 12:54am]
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