KEYSTONE HEIGHTS - Keystone Heights High football is most known for its stout running game, known as the Four Horsemen, but in a 50-7 win over Taylor Pierson High on Thursday, Indian quarterback …
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS - Keystone Heights High football is most known for its stout running game, known as the Four Horsemen, but in a 50-7 win over Taylor Pierson High on Thursday, Indian quarterback Connor Guy lit up the passing sky with a three completion night that included two scores. Guy had scoring passes to Caleb Moncrief and Bryan Schenck.
“We did not have a running back over 100 yards as we used six players to carry the ball,” said Keystone Heights coach Chuck Dickinson, now 8-0 for the season and headed to the region 2-4A playoffs in three weeks. “Caleb should have had a second touchdown, but he fumbled at the goal line with one. We scored after the fumble anyway.”
Keystone Heights, now 8-0, keeps rolling on a possible unbeaten regular season with a Thursday game at Stanton Prep (0-8) and a Friday game on November 5 against P.K. Yonge (5-3), who beat Fort White 28-14 on Friday.
“I know we can’t bank much on them beating Fort White and us beating Fort White so it should be a good game,” said Dickinson. “Games are won by the matchups in the game and P.K. Yonge can throw the ball.”
Keystone Heights was not as needing of their run game as the kicking game provided good field position, according to Dickinson.
“We had good returns and got the ball a lot in good field position so we didn’t have to move the ball 70-80 yards for a score,” said Dickinson. “It’s always good to be able to play poorly and still win.”
Dickinson noted Logan Williams scored on a 73 yard run to lead the Four Horsemen with 84 total rush yards. Hollingsworth finished with 48 yards on eight carries; Tyler Jenkins finished with 13 yards and Kade Sanders did not play. Williams and Jenkins both had 40 yard kickoff returns to set up the Indians offense.
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