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Upbeat after the upset

Lakewood coaches and players celebrate in the end zone after their 33-28 victory over the Patriots at Pinellas Park High School on Saturday, 10/8/16.

LANCE ROTHSTEIN | Special to the Times

Lakewood coaches and players celebrate in the end zone after their 33-28 victory over the Patriots at Pinellas Park High School on Saturday, 10/8/16.

LANCE ROTHSTEIN | Special to the Times

Lakewood coaches and players celebrate in the end zone after knocking off previously undefeated Pinellas Park 33-28 on Saturday afternoon. Lakewood (3-3) has played a brutal schedule this season. "It's a big win for our program," coach Cory Moore says.

Nature Coast 48, Weeki Wachee 10

Calvary Christian 34, Seffner Christian 14

Wesley Chapel 39, Hudson 34

Manatee 55, Palm Harbor University 17

Mitchell 38, Dunedin 0

Zephyrhills 71, Ridgewood 12

Jesuit 44, Sarasota 0

River Ridge 55, Gulf 13

Clearwater 48, Gibbs 14

Countryside 14, Largo 13

Lakewood 33, Pinellas Park 28

Tarpon Springs 34, Osceola 20

Dixie Hollins 38, Seminole 37

Wiregrass Ranch 29, Wharton 7

Sarasota Riverview 38, Riverview 0

Central 41, Citrus 34

Shorecrest 47, Keswick Christian 7

Anclote 39, Fivay 0

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Find recaps from Saturday's games, and see which players and teams impressed in Week 7 in our highlight-heavy Sunday morning quarterback, all at tampabay.com/hometeam.

Upbeat after the upset 10/08/16 [Last modified: Saturday, October 8, 2016 10:38pm]
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