Keystone falls in final game

Keystone’s Cartez Daniels breaks free on a run against P.K. Yonge.

P.K. Yonge (3-7) put a damper on Keystone Height’s (2-8) homecoming festivities by defeating the Indians 35-22 in Keystone’s final game of the year.

Keystone scored on the game’s first possession, marching 64 yards with Bryar Schenck and Cartez Daniels runs powering the drive. Schenck added 2 points on the conversion, and the Indians took an 8-0 lead.

P.K. Yonge got on the board with a 54-yard reverse pass midway through the first quarter. The Blue Wave scored again midway through the second quarter on a 13-play, 70-yard drive to open up a 13-8 lead. The visitors missed the point after touchdown after their first score.

The Indians rode Schenck and Daniels for a 9-play, 47-yard scoring drive near the end of the half, taking a 14-13 lead with 2:16 left.

But the Blue Wave scored with 21 seconds left in the half after a 43-yard pass from Adrian Curtis to Thomas Young III and an 11-yard touchdown run by Curtis. P.K. Yonge led 20-14 at the half.

P.K.’s Rashuan Walden started the Blue Wave’s third quarter with a 60-yard gallop to the Keystone 9. Running back Devin Pedro then scored from the nine, giving the Gainesville school a 27-14 lead after Teodoro Marson’s extra point.

The Blue Wave then closed out their scoring for the night on a 4-play, 35-yard drive, highlighted by a 22-yard pass from Curtis to Deldrick Goston. P.K. Yonge held a 35-14 lead with 7:04 remaining in the third quarter.

The Blue Wave threatened once more in the fourth quarter, driving to the Indian 20. Keystone’s Sam Ulsch terminated the threat, intercepting a Blue Wave pass on the Keystone 2-yard-line.

Ulsch’s heroics energized the Indians, who marched the length of the field in 8 plays, highlighted by a Jackson Parmenter pass to Carson Eatmon, who lateraled to Daniels for a 31-yard gain.

Daniels then added a 23-yard scoring rush, and Keystone closed the Blue Wave’s lead to 35-22 with 5:04 left in the game.