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Football: Admiral Farragut 22, Lakeland Chr. 6; Coral Springs Charter 35, Shorecrest 21;

Trinity Prep 37, Northside Christian 7

Admiral Farragut 22, Lakeland Chr. 6

The Blue Jackets won behind a balanced attack led by Cortavius Givens and Rayshawn Jenkins.

Givens had 166 yards on 14 carries and two touchdowns. Jenkins was 7-of-7 for 100 yards and threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Alvin Cunningham.

AFA coach Chris Miller also was pleased with the defense, which did not allow a score until late in the game. Chris Myrick led the Blue Jackets with seven tackles.

Trinity Prep 37, Northside Christian 7

The Mustangs' lone score came on a 65-yard run by Jimmy Van Deilen in the first half. Van Deilen finished with more than 100 yards rushing but Northside could not generate much more on offense. Trailing 21-7 at the half, the Mustangs wore down the rest of the way.

Coral Springs Charter 35, Shorecrest 21

In a game that was tied four times, the Chargers lost by allowing two late scores.

In the third quarter, Alex Drexler scored on a 28-yard run to make it 7-7. Christian Mandula added another score on a 5-yard run. Trailing 21-14 in the fourth quarter, Jeremy Reiskind scored on a 1-yard run for the Chargers to tie the score.

Football: Admiral Farragut 22, Lakeland Chr. 6; Coral Springs Charter 35, Shorecrest 21;

Trinity Prep 37, Northside Christian 7 09/04/10 [Last modified: Saturday, September 4, 2010 12:34am]
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