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Football: Alonso 38, Freedom 0

TAMPA — Brandon Holloway and Ish Witter combined to scored five touchdowns and the host Ravens routed Freedom 38-0.

Holloway and Witter were set up by a defense that forced three turnovers and had six sacks.

"I think tonight we showed that we have a lot of weapons on both sides of the ball," said Holloway, who scored twice on runs and on a 70-yard punt return. "Our defense stepped up and made plays, and on special teams we were able to block a few punts and get ourselves great field position."

In the first half, the Ravens had three consecutive one-play drives, set up by the defense and special teams.

"I was very happy with the way the defense played, but right now I feel like I have a lot of work to do to get to where we need to be for next week," Emanuel said.

David Rice, Times correspondent

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