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Football: Cambridge Christian 34, Canterbury 21

ST. PETERSBURG — In a tight game, two fourth-quarter touchdowns by Robbie Robertson and a late defensive stand propelled Cambridge Christian past Canterbury 34-21 in Class 2A, District 5.

Robertson rushed 11 times for 67 yards and three touchdowns and had four receptions for 32 yards and one touchdown. Lancers senior running back Brandon Park added 112 yards and one touchdown on 16 carries.

Robertson also had a big fourth-down stop and Grant Muenter had a late interception of Crusaders quarterback Hunter Coia.

The Crusaders were led by the rushing duo of senior PJ Franklin (21 carries, 85 yards, one touchdown and a 2-point conversion) and junior Sammy Faucette (14 carries, 87 yards, one touchdown).

Lauren Burg, Times correspondent

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Football: Cambridge Christian 34, Canterbury 21 09/08/12 [Last modified: Saturday, September 8, 2012 12:51am]
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