Football: Hernando 35, Central 6
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Fri. November 1, 2013 | Derek J. LaRiviere
BROOKSVILLE — Central visited Tom Fisher Stadium in hopes of avoiding its first winless season in school history. The Bears could not avoid the loss as Hernando came out on top over its county foe.
Central (0-10) finishes in the midst of an 18-game losing streak, and while the team did lose all of its games on the field in 2011, it achieved on victory over Land O’Lakes by forfeit.
The one bright spot for the Bears this season was tailback Robby Bradley, who topped 1,000 yards, the first time that has happened in the program since DuJuan Harris in 2006.
Central’s Walker Sheppard pounced on teammate Devante Smith’s fumble in the end zone for Central’s lone score. Other than that, Hernando (3-6) dominated defensively.
“We tried some different things offensively,” Central coach Mike Einspahr said, “but we ended up handing them 21 points.”