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Bulldogs take it away from Pirates

Zephyrhills forces two turnovers in the red zone and hits on a 90-yard touchdown pass to defeat Crystal River 15-6.

Published October 16, 2004

CRYSTAL RIVER - The Crystal River Pirates fumbled away two legitimate scoring opportunities in their red zone in a 15-6 loss to Zephyrhills Friday night.

The cool night was punctuated with miscues by the Pirates (1-6), who lost the ball three times and had a 57-yard reception negated an interference penalty.

Crystal River's Joe Bertine rushed for 112 yards on 18 carries in the losing effort.

The highlight for the visiting Bulldogs (3-3) was a 90-yard touchdown pass from Sedderick Cunningham to receiver Bryan Thomas in the second quarter.

The Pirates scored their touchdown in the third quarter on Kyle Daquanna's 4-yard pass to John Dickey.

Crystal River coach Craig Frederick told his team, "We have to stop making stupid mistakes in the red zone. We moved the ball better tonight but this is frustrating."

[Last modified October 16, 2004, 01:01:20]


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