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Armwood 50, Alonso 0

SEFFNER — It was difficult to tell which side of the ball Armwood was better on as the Hawks (9-1) rolled up nearly 500 yards of offense and pitched their fourth shutout of the year.

"We started a little slow," quarterback Josh Grady said. "But when we get it going, we can't be stopped."

After punting and throwing an interception on their first two possessions the Hawks offense got rolling to finish with 497 total yards. Grady went 9-of-18 for 193 yards with touchdown passes to Deandre Fulton and Dylan Lassiter. Rayshied Melvin punched in short (5, 1 yards) touchdown runs.

Armwood's defense stifled Alonso (4-6), allowing the Ravens past midfield just twice. The Hawks held Alonso to 126 yards of offense, collected a pair of sacks and forced four turnovers.

Brandon Wright, Times correspondent


Armwood 50, Alonso 0 11/13/09 [Last modified: Saturday, November 14, 2009 12:11am]
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