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Keswick Christian 52, Masters Academy 6
By MIKE COLAPIETRO, Times Correspondent
Published October 13, 2007
Last week against Calvary Christian, Keswick wide receiver Tarvin Jones had only one reception and two carries.
This week, he had the spotlight.
Jones had three touchdowns, a sack and a 20-yard pass in a versatile performance that contributed to the Crusaders' 52-6 drubbing of the Masters Academy Eagles.
"After last week's game, I told Tarvin I was sorry he didn't get the ball more," coach Rick Samson said. "He told me we won and that's all that mattered. I'm very blessed to have guys like that."
Four plays into the game, Keswick jumped ahead by 7 thanks to a 68-yard drive capped by a 15-yard run by Jared DiMaggio. The Crusaders never let up, tallying 42 points in the first half and quickly grounding the Eagles, who were missing four starters.
Toward the end of the second quarter, Eagles quarterback Brett Boncore showed why he is considered one of the best quarterbacks in District 4. Boncore, who was swarmed by defenders all night, found some room and targeted Kyle Dreessen 50 yards downfield for a touchdown.
Boncore finished the night 4-of-14 for 81 yards.
The Crusaders barely let the Eagles' touchdown celebration begin. Curtis Fisher returned the subsequent kickoff 80 yards for a score.
The Crusaders held the Eagles to 146 total yards.
"Keswick is a solid ball club, very well coached," said Eagles coach Herkie Walls. "We played poorly."