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Fri. September 27, 2013 | Zealand Shannon

TAMPA — Visiting Leto made a game of it — for the first quarter.

The Falcons were a 31-yard field goal away from trailing only 7-3 entering the second quarter. But the field goal missed, and the Knights scored four touchdowns over the first four minutes of the second quarter.

The Knights, who improved to 1-4, had lost their four games to opponents that entered Friday a combined 14-0-1.

“I was not concerned about a letdown,” first-year coach Shawn Taylor said. “All four of those games, they played hard. We were in all those games at some point.”

The Knights’ Dakarai Reynolds ran for 108 yards and two scores and Aivory Foster 97 yards and two more. Robinson ran for 282 yards and seven touchdowns as a team.

Leto (0-4) completed a 49-yard screen to Marcus Palma but otherwise gained minus-10 yards for the game.


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