Make us your home page
Instagram

Get the quickest, smartest news, analysis and photos from the Bucs game emailed to you shortly after the final whistle.

(View our Privacy Policy)

Keswick Christian 33, Northside Christian 9

ST. PETERSBURG — The seniors showed up in full force on Senior Night for the host Crusaders, who rolled past their long-time rival.

The Crusaders (6-4), who are heading to the playoffs, scored on their first two possessions, a 2-yard run by senior Jakobi Wheeler and a 55-yard pass from senior Doug Sanson to senior Trevor Angell.

Quarterback Robbie Williams threw three interceptions for Northside (2-8), two to Sanson. Trevor Angell ran the third back 47 yards for a touchdown.

Wheeler's second touchdown came on a 3-yard run in the third quarter.

Crusaders coach Rick Sanson praised his seniors.

"This is a group of role players, and I am really proud of them," he said.

"They came along to be leaders."

Tori Creighton, Times correspondent

Keswick Christian33
Northside Christian9

Keswick Christian 33, Northside Christian 9 11/15/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 18, 2008 2:20pm]
Photo reprints | Article reprints

© 2017 Tampa Bay Times

    

Join the discussion: Click to view comments, add yours

Loading...
  1. For starters: Rays vs. Angels, with Cobb leading the way

    Blogs

    Rays veteran RHP Alex Cobb had a lot to say Monday about the team needing to focus on getting past .500 and building a winning record.

    And after the disappointing 3-2 loss that …

  2. Family a driving force for University of Tampa pitcher David Lebron

    College

    TAMPA — For University of Tampa junior pitcher David Lebron, baseball reminds him of family. He uses it to help honor the memory of his father, who taught him the game. One day, he hopes his career can help support his mother and allow her to rest.

    University of Tampa junior pitcher David Lebron (Courtesy of University of Tampa)
  3. L.A. delay could re-open Super Bowl chance for Tampa in 2021

    Blogs

    Construction delays on the NFL's new stadium in Los Angeles mean the Rams and Chargers won't be playing there until 2020, a year later than expected, and the ripple effect could give Tampa another chance at landing a Super Bowl in February 2021.

    Tampa and Raymond James Stadium last hosted a Super Bowl in 2009, when the Pittsburgh Steelers edged the Arizona Cardinals.
  4. Bucs' Gerald McCoy, Jameis Winston honored in NFL top 100

    Blogs

    Helping fans pass time through the offseason each summer, NFL Network has been unveiling its top 100 players for 2017 as chosen by the players, and the Bucs' Gerald McCoy and Jameis Winston are the first Tampa Bay players revealed, coming in at No. 52 and 57, respectively.

    Bucs quarterback Jameis WInston and defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, shown in the 2016 season finale against the Panthers, have both been named to the NFL Network's top 100 players for 2017.
  5. The play occurred in the third inning when Angels rookie Nolan Fontana, making his major league debut, tried to slide past the tag of Rays second baseman Michael Martinez.