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Football: Clearwater Central Catholic 27, Cardinal Mooney 13

CLEARWATER — Clearwater Central Catholic defeated Cardinal Mooney 27-13 Friday.

The Marauders scored first thanks to a bad snap on a punt. Justin Goodloe recovered the fumble at the Cardinal Mooney 6 and ran it in on the next play for a 7-0 lead.

Cardinal Mooney took advantage of a bad snap on a punt by CCC to score its first points as well, recovering the ball at the CCC 28. Alex Ojeda converted a 30-yard field goal and added a 29-yarder as time expired in the half.

The Marauders came out strong in the second half, scoring on their first drive on a 12-yard pass from Jake Shade to Domenic James. Joe Revenbark intercepted a pass to give CCC the ball at the Cardinal Mooney 25.

The Marauders took advantage with a 17-yard touchdown pass by Shade to Goodloe. After stopping Cardinal Mooney on downs at its 37, CCC drove for its final score, a 22-yard run by Diquan Walker.

"We had some sloppy play in the first half but we did a very good job in the second half offensively and defensively," CCC coach John Davis said.

Colby Cole, Times correspondent

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Football: Clearwater Central Catholic 27, Cardinal Mooney 13 09/30/11 [Last modified: Saturday, October 1, 2011 12:57am]
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