TAMPA — Keswick used a decisive 28-point second quarter to outlast Cambridge.
The Lancers started and ended the game well but were done in by a sloppy second quarter that saw the Crusaders score four touchdowns in a 10-minute span.
Cambridge jumped to a quick 7-0 lead when Dixon Phillips picked off a pass from Doug Sanson and raced 96 yards for the score. Keswick answered after Jaylin Coleman scored from 3 yards out late in the first. After Sanson scored from a yard out, Coleman struck again, from 34 yards.
Jakobi Wheeler scored on a 1-yard run before Coleman scored his third touchdown of the game two plays later on a 25-yard interception return after picking off quarterback Hayden Kelley.
Coleman finished with 66 yards on 12 carries.
Justin Dargahi, Times correspondent