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Football: Carrollwood Day 48, Keswick Christian 0

TAMPA — Carrollwood Day lost a 30-27 heartbreaker to district foe Keswick Christian last year. The Patriots took out a year's worth of frustration on the Crusaders on Friday to the tune of 48-0.

CDS fed Robert Davis the first three handoffs and he took them 80 yards for a touchdown. On his third scamper of 62 yards, teammate and fellow senior Nate Lewis pancaked the last defender between Davis and the end zone.

"I saw that he wasn't looking; he looked in at Robert and I was just waiting for him," Lewis said.

Vidal Woodruff was 4 of 7 for 117 yards but three of the completions were touchdowns. It was 41-0 at intermission. Davis finished with 215 yards on 11 carries with four touchdowns. Sophomore Kalle Wilwant had 10 tackles, including a bone-jarring hit on running back Adam Foster in the second half.

Andy Warrener, Times correspondent

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Football: Carrollwood Day 48, Keswick Christian 0 09/07/12 [Last modified: Saturday, September 8, 2012 12:36am]
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