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Football: Armwood 41, King 0

TAMPA — Armwood rolled over King with senior quarterback Josh Grady leading the way to a 41-0 victory. It took Armwood less than two minutes to find the end zone for the first time as running back Matt Jones carried three times for 50 yards and a touchdown to start the game. It was all Armwood (5-0, 1-0) from there as its defense stifled King (4-2, 0-1).

"I think we're doing just about everything right on defense," coach Sean Callahan said. "I thought King would try to pass the ball a bit more but after a little success on the ground they stuck to it."

Armwood scored three times in the second quarter including another touchdown for Jones and a 66-yard pass from Grady to a wide open Wade Edwards. Grady finished with 238 passing yards and three touchdowns.

David Rice, Times correspondent

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