TAMPA — If the standard on turnovers forced is three, you know you have a good chance to win when that number is doubled.
Berkeley Prep forced six turnovers (three fumbles, three interceptions) as it rolled Lakeland Victory Christian Academy 30-7 Friday.
"Our defense was unbelievable tonight," Berkeley Prep coach Dominick Ciao said. "They made a lot of plays and were able to turn the ball over, which gave us a short field on offense."
The Bucs (2-0) consistently started drives in Victory Christian territory. Quarterback Brad Mayes ran and threw for scores while Chris Williams was again a workhorse, finishing with a score on 89 yards rushing. The defense got into the scoring act when freshman Bo Peek forced a safety in the third quarter. Berkeley rested many starters in the final quarter.
Todd Foley, Times correspondent