SEFFNER — Armwood usually can impose its size and will on just about any team. It just took a little longer than usual Friday.
Leading by only three at halftime, the Hawks wore down Tampa Bay Tech before going on to win easily.
"They also have a group of big, strong guys," Armwood coach Sean Callahan said. "We look uninspired in the first half, and (TBT) played well. But we were able to do a lot of good things in the second half."
Good things that turned a close game into a lopsided win. And another win without the starting quarterback and starting running back playing a snap. Moving from receiver, Wade Edwards did a lot more than just fill in with touchdown runs of 58 and 69 yards.
Though not dominant on offense until the third quarter, Armwood's defense was throughout. TBT moved the ball little and scored its only touchdown on a fumble return.
Todd Foley, Times correspondent