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Prep football: Knights wake up in a hurry

Trinity easily wins after a sluggish opening quarter

Posted: September 29, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Updated: September 29, 2012 2:00 a.m.

As slowly as Trinity Classical Academy started, it finished things off in a hurry.

Dakota Prochnow ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more as Trinity smacked Liberty Christian of Huntington Beach 68-6 on Friday night at Murdy Park in Huntington Beach.

As lopsided as the final score made it seem though, the Knights (4-1) trailed until late in the first quarter after giving up an opening-drive touchdown to the Minutemen (1-4).

Trinity scored its first points of the game on a Chase Duguid safety, and it took control from there.

It was an 8-6 Trinity lead after one quarter.

“It fired up the boys,” said Trinity head coach Mike Buchanan of the start. “They realized they were in a battle and they decided they didn’t want to pay at (Liberty’s) level and they decided to ratchet it up.”

Prochnow gained 102 yards on the ground and threw touchdown passes to Ryan Brooks and Spencer Klehn, who also returned an interception for a score in the game.

Junior Patch Kulp led the Knights with 114 rushing yards on 11 carries, one of which reached the end zone.

Chris Buchanan scored twice on the three rushes and Caleb Durst also notched a touchdown for Trinity, which heads home to play Mojave High on Oct. 6.


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