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Football: St. Petersburg Catholic 43, Northside Chr. 7

ST. PETERSBURG — St. Petersburg Catholic coach Tod Creneti knew his team had some weapons, and the first two times the Barons touched the ball they scored touchdowns en route to a 43-7 win over Northside Christian.

Todd Macon took the first handoff 56 yards for a score and Ryan Green followed with a 59-yard run.

"We have a bunch of guys who are very committed to helping each other get theirs," Creneti said.

The Barons scored 21 in the second quarter. Green scored on runs of 4 and 45 yards, and Jacob Zinge added a 21-yard run.

Green finished with 110 yards and three touchdowns; Macon had 91 and Zinge with 90. Kevin Krueger made a 47-yard field goal.

The Mustangs' score came on a 61-yard pass from Jimmy Van Deilen to Roe Wright.

Nathan Cowan, Times correspondent

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Football: St. Petersburg Catholic 43, Northside Chr. 7 09/10/10 [Last modified: Saturday, September 11, 2010 12:45am]
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