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Spring football: Lakeland Santa Fe Christian 27, Keswick Christian 14

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Lakeland Santa Fe Christian 27, Keswick Christian 14

Spring game-breakers: Keswick quarterback Parker Holland threw for 230 yards and two touchdowns. … Receiver Asher Thompson caught eight passes from Holland for 111 yards and a touchdown. … Receiver T.J. Muscarella caught five passes for 57 yards and a touchdown.

Did you know? The Crusaders led 14-13 with eight minutes to play in the game, but a long run by Santa Fe made the score 20-13. An interception return for a touchdown in the final seconds made it 27-14. … These teams play each other again in the fall. … Starting linebacker Josh Joy missed the game with a shoulder injury. Keswick played with 20 players.

Audible: "It was really closer than the score. If we make a few plays at the end of the game, it's a different result. It gives us something to build on." — Keswick coach Blake Englehardt

Rodney Page, Times staff writer

Spring football: Lakeland Santa Fe Christian 27, Keswick Christian 14 05/22/14 [Last modified: Thursday, May 22, 2014 11:49pm]
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