ST. PETERSBURG — Canterbury put together an impressive first half it clinched its first playoff berth Friday with a 29-0 victory over Keswick Christian.
Canterbury scored on its first possession when Jake Holsinger hooked up with DeSean Thomas on a 28-yard touchdown pass, then on a 38-yard reception to put it up 15-0 in the first quarter.
Keswick Christian moved the ball well on several drives but was unable to come away with any points. But Keswick Christian hurt itself with several turnovers.
Canterbury got two touchdowns from Brent O'Neal in the second quarter. He caught a 33-yard pass and later scored on an 8-yard run to boost the score to 29-0 at the half.
O'Neal finished with 19 carries for 80 yards and one rushing touchdown.
Holsinger was 5-for-10 for 122 yards with three touchdowns.
Phillip Haywood, Times correspondent