So far, so good, for Indians

By Randy Lefko Sports Editor
Posted 9/8/21

BELL - Three scores from running back Dalton Hollingsworth fired up the Keystone Heights High football running machine to a 38-0 win over Bell High Friday night in Bell. Hollingsworth, the workhorse …

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So far, so good, for Indians

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BELL - Three scores from running back Dalton Hollingsworth fired up the Keystone Heights High football running machine to a 38-0 win over Bell High Friday night in Bell.
Hollingsworth, the workhorse leader of the Indians four-man ground attack, finished with 151 yards on the groujnd in just six carries with a 78 yarder to complement a one pass offensive scheme for coach Chuck Dickinson, now 2-0 and returning home to host Tocoi Creek out of St. Augustine. Tocoi Creek, a brand new school, is 0-1 with a 42-22 loss to Episcopal on August 27.
For the rest of the “Four Horsemen” running cadre, Logan Williams had 57 yards and a score on eight carries, Tyler Jenkins had 55 yards and a score on seven carries and Kade Sanders added 34 yards on five carries. Dickinson utilized eight ball carries in the backfield through the contest.
Hollingsworth and Sanders also led the team in tackles with five apiece with Sanders registering a sack.
Caleb Moncrief hauled in the lone 24 yard pass play from quarterback Connor Guy.
Keystone Heights, at 2-0, sits atop region 2-4A with the Villages Charter, South Sumter and Cocoa, all 2-0.

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