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Football: Indian Rocks Christian 42, Calvary Christian 3

CLEARWATER — A wet field did not deter Indian Rocks Christian from maintaining a consistent rushing attack that complemented big passing plays in its easy win.

Casey Woods passed the ball just eight times. He completed five of them, four for touchdowns. He finished the game with 101 yards passing. Two of his touchdowns went to Sean Culkin.

Meanwhile, the Golden Eagles got 262 yards from nine running backs. The major contributor was Jake Votier, who had seven carries for 106 yards and a touchdown.

"It was good to come out here with this kind of a win and get a lot of kids in the game," said IRC coach Mark Buchanan, whose team beat Deerfield Beach Zion Lutheran 54-0 in its opener. "That's two weeks in a row for us."

The Warriors were held to 102 yards of offense.

Daniel Feingold, Times correspondent

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