CCS scores 28 straight points to beat Knox Webb for first time
School history was on the line for the CCS Chargers as they hosted Knox Webb in region play. The Chargers have never beaten the Spartans. A win would clinch a home playoff game for the first time in program history at CCS.
In pouring rain, Knox Webb's ground game was the difference as they raced out to a 10-0 lead in the first half. CCS gained their footing and got on the board with a JaMichael Baxter touchdown run.
On the ensuing possession the Spartans would commit the game's first turnover, a fumbled snap, and CCS took over deep in Spartan territory.
After failing to punch it in, the Chargers lined up for a field goal, but they had other things on their mind. Quarterback Sam Hall pulled the snap and threw a ball to the corner that Traveon Scott pulled in for the touchdown. CCS took a 14-10 lead into halftime.
In the second half the Chargers started to turn it on. Baxter would find the end zone for his second score of the night. DaMarcus Hinton would take a sweep to the house as CCS opened up a 28-10 lead deep into the game.
Knox Webb would score once more, but it would not be enough.
CCS knocks off the Spartans, 28-17, for the first time in school history. They'll also host a playoff game at David Stanton Field in two weeks for the first time in the program's tenth season.
CCS finishes up the regular season next Friday at Silverdale Baptist.