And Community Christian v. Destiny Christian
By Robert Przybylo
#2 Community Christian vs. #3 Destiny Christian (Th @ 7:30 at CCS)
Three weeks ago, Community Christian put a 55-34 beating on its brothers to the North. For Destiny Christian, is it revenge or repeat?? Community Christian led by Brooks Mosier is sparked by the potent running game of Bryan Owen. Second to only Wesleyan Christian’s Zeb White, Owen has racked up 1,299 yards (couldn’t someone just add 1 yard for the even 1,300?) with 19 touchdowns.
When he doesn’t handle it, Parker Burnett handles the duties to the tune of six touchdowns and 399 yards. Burnett at QB has produced some interesting results. His completion percentage is below 50 percent, he thrown for 9 interceptions, but he’s managed to loft 13 scores as well. Feast or famine may be over-simplifying it, but Burnett needs to come up big Thursday.Burnett has completed 81 passes with 46 going to Taylor Daniels. The star wideout has garnered 751 yards and 10 touchdowns.
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