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Admiral Farragut: Spring football game

At Admiral Farragut in St. Petersburg

Spring game-breakers: The Crimson Hawks scored on the first drive. On the 13th play, QB Kyle Campbell connected on a 5-yard touchdown pass to Matt Sutdiale … Both teams had a touchdown called back on a penalty. In the fourth quarter, Blue Jackets S Josh Burch intercepted a pass and ran 87 yards for an apparent tying touchdown, but the score was negated by a block-in-the-back penalty. … QB A.J. Augustine was 6-of-14 for 106 yards. With 20 seconds to play from the Sante Fe 18, his second interception ended the game.

Did you know?: Admiral Farragut will be represented by eight countries this fall. In addition to the United States, players on the roster were born in Latvia, Iran, Korea, the Virgin Islands, England, Cuba and the Bahamas.

Audible 2: "We can overcome six points during the summer." — Admiral Farragut line coach Ryan Nase

Doug Kates, Times correspondent

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