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Football: Canterbury 27, Keswick Chr. 15

ST. PETERSBURG — Canterbury got off to a slow start but held off Keswick Christian for 27-15 victory Friday. Keswick started the scoring after recovering an onside kick. Quarterback Taylor Angell drove his team and scored on an 18-yard run for a 7-0 lead.

The Crusaders got on the board with James Goodwin's 39-yard touchdown catch.

In the second half it was all Goodwin, who had 179 yards of total offense and three scores. He scored on a 23-yard run to put the Crusaders up for good at 12-6. Jake Holsinger, who was 4-for-12 for 138 yards, hooked up with Goodwin for a 71-yard pass.

On the ensuing kickoff Jacob Bouvier went untouched for an 80-yard score, as Keswick made it 20-15 midway through the fourth. But the Crusaders' Brent O'Neal sealed the win with a 45-yard run.

Phillip Haywood, Times correspondent

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Football: Canterbury 27, Keswick Chr. 15 11/06/10 [Last modified: Saturday, November 6, 2010 12:49am]
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