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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

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