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|Trinity remains unbeaten|
Alpha Christian's wide open offense floundered Friday at Trinity Episcopal as the Saints were the one doing all the scoring, blowing out the Crusaders 48-0.
"We were able to put a lot of pressure on their quarterback, who is an excellent athlete," said Trinity coach David King. "Our defense did a good job. We had three interceptions, and really should have had about seven. We put the pressure on them early by scoring 21 quick points and they were forced to get out of their game plan."
Trinity's defense held Alpha Christian to 59 yards in total offense.
Kent King totaled 154 yards in total offense, rushing for 120.
Givonni Dent threw two touchdown passes to Brandon Daggs, the first a 16-yarder early in the first quarter and the second one went for 36 yards late in the third quarter.
Daggs also picked off a pass and returned it 23 yards for a touchdown less than 20 second into the third quarter.
R.J. Fleming had 12 carries for 83 yards and a pair of first-half touchdown runs.
Dent completed 3-of-8 passes for 68 yards while Fleming was 1-for-3 for 34 yards. The Saints' defense forced four turnovers, including three interceptions.
Trinity plays at Porter's Chapel in Vicksburg Friday.
"They've had a few injuries this year, but they always play hard at home," King said. "And we tend to get the best out of everybody. We need to come out ready to play and be prepared for a battle."
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