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Armwood 52, Gaither 0

TAMPA — Quarterback Josh Grady threw for three touchdowns and surpassed 1,000 yards passing for the year, and running back Deandre Fulton scored three times as Armwood dominated Gaither in a nondistrict game.

Armwood (7-1) played without several starters, either because of coach's decision or suspension. Grady completed 10-of-20 for 171 yards (one interception), including TD passes of 50 yards to Fulton, 49 to Richard Jules and 3 to Vaughn Cross. Armwood committed 15 penalties for 138 yards.

The Hawks defense posted its third shutout, allowing only 73 total yards, and set up the final five scores with turnovers. Paul John Roundtree recovered a fumble and scored on an 85-yard interception return; Erik Striker recovered a fumble in the end zone; and Harvellio Buie and Sherman Jessie had fumble recoveries.

Don Jensen, Times correspondent


Armwood 52, Gaither 0 10/29/09 [Last modified: Thursday, October 29, 2009 10:57pm]
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