CLEARWATER — Calvary Christian (3-2, 2-1) piled up 336 yards en route to its second district win, 48-35 over Cambridge Christian on Friday night.
Warriors junior wide receiver Derrick Barnes had 247 of the team's 316 rushing yards and two long touchdowns. Freshman quarterback Jeremy Wood had 42 yards rushing and three touchdowns.
The Warriors defense was led by senior defensive back Julian Brodie, who had two interceptions.
"This game was a linchpin type of game that could be a turning point for this season. The guys responded well. This is the most complete game played in my year and a half tenure as coach," Calvary Christian coach Dave Bonchy said.
Cambridge was led by junior quarterback Phillip Johnson who was 14-of-20 passing for 107 yards and two touchdowns.
Lauren Burg, Times correspondent