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Football: Armwood 49, Leto 0

TAMPA — Armwood fans waving signs with No. 200 cheered coach Sean Callahan as the team scurried out of the rain after a 49-0 victory against Leto.

Callahan's milestone victory comes on technical terms rather than official. The team's 2011 state title was stripped this summer by the FHSAA along with 25 Hawks wins over a two-season span because of ineligible players.

"It feels really good regardless of everything that has gone on," Callahan said. "This is a special group of people and we know what we've done here."

Armwood jumped out to a lead on the first play of the game when Darryl Richardson threw a 57-yard touchdown to Alvin Bailey. They would never look back with Richardson throwing five touchdown passes, three to Bailey.

David Rice, Times correspondent

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