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Armwood 53, Chamberlain 0

TAMPA — Quarterback Josh Grady ran for two scores and passed for another as Armwood (5-1) defeated Chamberlain (0-7).

Armwood capitalized on errant center snaps to take a 44-0 halftime lead, capped by a 30-point second quarter. Four of the Hawks' six first-half TDs and a safety came after misguided snaps and another was set up by a blocked punt. Chamberlain finished with minus-58 yards total offense, including minus-83 on 35 rushing attempts.

Jermaine McKinley scored the only points Armwood needed when he scooped up an errant snap to the Chamberlain punter and raced 32 yards.

Grady was 10 of 13 for 97 yards. In the second half, backup Tanner Emmons tossed a 16-yard score to A.J. King.

Don Jensen, Times correspondent


Armwood 53, Chamberlain 0 10/16/09 [Last modified: Saturday, October 17, 2009 1:24am]
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