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Football: Carrollwood Day 47, All Saints 14; Santa Fe Catholic 39, Cambridge 28

WINTER HAVEN — Four Carrollwood Day players combined for seven touchdowns Friday to lead the Patriots past All Saints 47-14.

Markeith Kilgo scored first on a 1-yard run, then Robert Davis broke loose for a 70-yard TD run. The Patriots scored three touchdowns in five plays to lead 34-6 at the half. Quarterback Deuce Gruden scored on a 1-yard run and Kilgo added another six with a 35-yard run. Gruden also threw a 9-yard TD to Dominiq Sicardo.

After the Saints scored with six seconds remaining in the second quarter, Carrollwood's Robert Davis returned the kickoff 81 yards. He added a 14-yard TD in the third.

LAKELAND — Santa Fe quarterback B.J. Knauf was a one-man band Friday. Knauf participated in or set up all of Santa Fe's touchdowns, including a 15-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth that gave Santa Fe its first lead,.

Knauf scored four times on runs of 77, 69, 29 and 15 yards. He threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Mike McGrew and intercepted Lancers quarterback Michael McDermott twice.

The Ledger

Football: Carrollwood Day 47, All Saints 14; Santa Fe Catholic 39, Cambridge 28 10/09/10 [Last modified: Saturday, October 9, 2010 1:26am]
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