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Spring football: Bloomingdale 7, Tampa Catholic 7; Newsome 21, Brandon 7

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Bloomingdale 7, Tampa Catholic 7

Newsome 21, Brandon 7

Spring game-breakers: Bloomingdale's Isaiah McIntyre was 11-of-21 for 127 yards, including the tying 14-yard score to Logan Krouse with 1:43 left. … Newsome's Cole Schaller directed three scoring drives to start the game. He scored on a 1-yard run and was 2-of-5 for 111 yards. Donovan Geter had both catches, including a 79-yard touchdown. . . . Chris Bryant scored on a 15-yard run, and Nate Simmons led the Wolves with 63 yards on 12 carries. … Brandon's Isaiah Alexander (8-for-14, 75 yards) threw an 11-yard touchdown to Jordan Mendez.

Did you know? After allowing 75 yards on 12 plays on Tampa Catholic's scoring drive (capped by Devan Barrett's 2-yard run by) to start the game, Bloomingdale allowed minus-1 yard on 18 plays. … Brandon was slowed by five snaps that sailed over the quarterback.

Audible 1: "Any time you can hold Tampa Catholic to seven points in a half and move the ball offensively like we did, I was happy. All in all, a great way to cap off a really good spring for us." — Bloomingdale coach John Booth

Audible 2: "I liked how we came out and played disciplined with (the starters) and were reading our keys and reacting to what we've been working on for 18 days." — Newsome coach Ken Hiscock

Don Jensen, Times correspondent

Spring football: Bloomingdale 7, Tampa Catholic 7; Newsome 21, Brandon 7 05/22/14 [Last modified: Thursday, May 22, 2014 11:31pm]
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