Keswick 35, Cambridge 7

Published October 1, 2006

TAMPA - Wide receiver Tarvin Jones led Keswick with two receiving touchdowns and one interception. It was the third consecutive week Jones has recorded two touchdowns for the Crusaders.

Cambridge struggled offensively, throwing five interceptions and gaining only 7 yards of total offense in the first half. The Lancers didn't record a first down until their 12th offensive series.

"Our defense stepped up all night long and really won the game for us," Keswick coach Rick Sanson said. "Getting another conference victory on the road against a tough Cambridge team was a big step for us."

Jones caught four passes for 70 yards and scored the first and last touchdowns for Keswick.

Running back Jared DiMaggio rushed 21 times for 117 yards. His 8-yard touchdown run gave the Crusaders a 21-0 lead and put the game away.

A 55-yard passing play from Mike Miller to Dixon Phillips set up the lone score for Cambridge. Miller then found Mike Palombo for a 5-yard pass to prevent the shutout.

- BRENDAN GALELLA, Times correspondent