Spring football: Bradenton Bayshore 14, Berkeley Prep 13



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Fri. May 20, 2011 | Nathan Cowan

At Bradenton

Bradenton Bayshore 14, Berkeley Prep 13

Spring game-breakers: With coaches from FSU, USF and TCU in the stadium, Nelson Agholor, one of the country’s most sought-after recruits, didn’t disappoint. The Buccaneer racked up seven receptions for 81 yards and a touchdown. He also returned a blocked field goal 89 yards for Berkeley’s other touchdown.  …Bucs receiver/defensive back Christian Hardegree also had a solid performance with two catches for 50 yards. On defense he intercepted two passes. …Fullback/linebacker Schyler Miles also drew praise from the Bayshore coaches for his stout play on defense.

Did you know? Berkeley Prep right tackle Kenny Barrett was playing in his first varsity football game and performed well, not giving up any quarterback sacks.

Audible 1: “There is no offseason. Look at that result. The time to put in work is now.” — Agholor

Audible 2: “Spring games are for trying to make sure you’re fundamentally sound.  We did things on both sides of the ball that weren’t.” — Buccaneers coach Dominick Ciao


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