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Clearwater 29, Pinellas Park 0

CLEARWATER — Turnovers by Pinellas Park (0-6) led to three of Clearwater's four touchdowns.

After a scoreless first quarter, Clearwater's Nick Chattaway intercepted the ball and with nine seconds remaining in the half, the Tornadoes (2-5) faked a punt for an 11-yard touchdown pass from Nick Gimbrone to Malcolm Grigley.

In the third quarter Antwan Liverpool's interception created a 36-yard drive, ending in a 7-yard touchdown rush by A.J. Eastman.

Pinellas Park sealed its fate after a fumble and failure to convert on fourth down. The Tornadoes capitalized off the turnovers with a 1-yard touchdown rush by Tarrence Jackson and a 2-yard TD pass from Gimbrone to Rob Kazanowski.

Both Jackson and Eastman contributed to the win, rushing for 97 and 77 yards, respectively. Pinellas Park rushed for just 55 yards.

Tori Creighton, Times correspondent

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Clearwater 29, Pinellas Park 0 10/17/08 [Last modified: Thursday, October 23, 2008 7:00pm]
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