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Football: Cambridge 34, Keswick Chr. 7

TAMPA — Cambridge (3-1) took an early lead and went on to win its district matchup against Keswick Christian at Skyway Park.

Lancers running back Daniel Hamilton scored on a 35-yard run on Cambridge's first drive. The Lancers' offense scored three touchdowns in the first quarter and totaling 252 yards.

"Our offensive line has gotten much bigger (since last season)," Hamilton said. "We have a lot more bodies out here. We are executing much better."

The Crusaders (1-3) got on the board in the second quarter as Taylor Angell threw an 11-yard pass to Armani Lonardo. On the game's last play, Cambridge's Hamilton intercepted Angell for a 70-yard touch down return.

Keswick's Jalyn Coleman had 60 yards rushing in the second half.

Patti McDonald, Times correspondent

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Football: Cambridge 34, Keswick Chr. 7 09/25/10 [Last modified: Saturday, September 25, 2010 12:32am]
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