Loganville Christian 29, Calvary Christian 26: Knights fall in close game

From staff reportsNovember 8, 2013 

LOGANVILLE, Ga. -- Calvary Christian scored with just 1:42 left in the game to pull within a field goal of Loganville Christian.

Then the Knights recovered the onside kick, but the referees ruled a Calvary player touched the ball before it went 10 yards, giving the ball to Loganville to run the clock out on a 29-26 win over Calvary on Friday night.

The win gives Loganville a berth in next week's ICSGA state championship game. The game will be played at A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium on Nov. 16.

Calvary's Anthony Santiago rushed for 230 yards on 31 carries and scored four touchdowns.

He scored on a 42-yard run in the first quarter, then added 47 and 27-yard touchdowns runs in the second quarter as the Knights took a 19-7 lead into intermission.

Jansten Brinkley, who also scored four times, led Loganville back with a pair of touchdowns late in the third quarter. They came 11 seconds apart as Calvary fumbled the kickoff in between at its 5-yard line.

Down 29-19, Calvary scored on a 15-yard pass from Adam Gray to Jacquez Green with 1:42 left in the game.Friday at LoganvilleCalvary 6 13 0 7--26

Loganville 7 0 15 7--29First Quarter

L--Jansten Brinkley 80 run (Trevor Callany kick), 11:35

CC--Anthony Santiago 42 run (kick failed), 1:09Second QuarterCC--Santiago 47 run (pass failed), 10:26

CC--Santiago 27 run (Thomas Chappell kick), :02Third QuarterL--Brinkley 5 run (Callany kick), 3:55

L--Brinkley 5 run (Cole Cook run), 3:44Fourth QuarterL--Brinlkey 35 run (Callany kick), 3:45

CC--Jacquez Green 15 pass from Adam Gray (Chappell kick), 1:42

Team records: Calvary 6-5. Logaville 10-1. Next: Calvary, season over.

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