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Football: Canterbury 48, Oak Hall 10; Indian Rocks Chr. 58, Summit Chr. 21; Northside Chr. 38, Calvary Chr. 16

The Crusaders finished the season with two 1,000-yard rushers as James Goodwin ran for 148 yards and four touchdowns to join teammate Brent O'Neal in eclipsing that plateau.

O'Neal ran for 71 yards. Jake Holsinger was 4-for-6 for 130 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for another score and had 13 tackles on defense.

Canterbury's leading tackler was Sam Flood with 18.

After starting 2-3, the Crusaders won their final five games.

The Golden Eagles jumped out to a big lead and were able to empty their bench in the second half. In all, IRC had 11 players with at least one carry and eight who scored. J.L. Monson was the team's leading rusher with 90 yards on five carries and one touchdown.

The Mustangs closed out the season with their most convincing win. The points scored were a season high for Northside, which finishes 3-7.

Jimmy Van Deilen had 76 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Quarterback Cody Swain was 6-of-11 for 196 yards and two touchdowns, and Evan Howard had two receptions for 107 yards.

Bob Putnam, Times staff writer

Football: Canterbury 48, Oak Hall 10; Indian Rocks Chr. 58, Summit Chr. 21; Northside Chr. 38, Calvary Chr. 16 11/13/10 [Last modified: Saturday, November 13, 2010 1:02am]
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