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Football: Berkeley Prep 35, Orlando Lake Highland Prep 0

TAMPA — Senior Nelson Agholor ran for 124 yards and three touchdowns as undefeated Berkeley Prep racked up a businesslike 35-0 non-district victory over Orlando Lake Highland Prep.

Berkeley Prep had 387 yards total offense, including 252 on 45 rushing attempts by seven Buccaneers. Berkeley Prep allowed 141 yards, forced two turnovers and stopped the Highlanders on downs at the Buccaneer 6 early in the fourth quarter.

Agholor, who had 18 carries, scored Berkeley Prep's first three touchdowns on runs of 52, 8 and 1 yard, the final one set up by Eric Massey's fumble recovery at the LHP 1 after a Berkeley Prep punt bounced off a Highlander player.

Senior Destin Nichols was 9 of 16 passing for 135 yards and threw a 7-yard touchdown to Christian Hardegree. Brad Mayes also scored on a 1-yard run.

Don Jensen, Times correspondent

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Football: Berkeley Prep 35, Orlando Lake Highland Prep 0 09/23/11 [Last modified: Friday, September 23, 2011 11:27pm]
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