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Victory Christian 64, Calvary Christian 14

LAKELAND — Mitch Choquette's 67-yard kickoff return for a touchdown broke a tie at 14 during Victory Christian's 35-point second quarter, leading the Storm over Calvary Christian.

Nate Morrell followed Choquette's touchdown with two of his three first-half touchdown runs.

Storm quarterback Steve Stanley added a 26-yard touchdown run to cap off the second quarter.

Stanley passed for 114 yards and one touchdown.

He ran for 81 yards and two scores.

Tanner Bowling finished with 175 total yards and one touchdown on offense.

He added nine tackles and two sacks on defense.

Kicker Cris Crowe had eight of his 10 kickoffs go into the end zone for touchbacks.

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Victory Christian 64, Calvary Christian 14 10/10/09 [Last modified: Saturday, October 10, 2009 12:27am]
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