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Football: Berkeley Prep 42, Lakeland Christian 0

TAMPA — Nelson Agholor ran for two first-half touchdowns and Berkeley Prep improved to 2-0 in district play with a 42-0 win over Lakeland Christian. The Bucs have outscored opponents 129-7 in the past three weeks.

Berkeley Prep (5-1) wasted no time putting points up against the Vikings (1-5), scoring on first-quarter rushing touchdowns by Agholor and Schyler Miles. The Bucs blew the game open on the first play of the second quarter, as Destin Nichols connected with Christian Hardegree on a 46-yard touchdown. Agholor and Miles added their second rushing touchdowns of the night to give the Bucs a 35-0 lead at the half.

Agholor led all runners with 10 carriers for 166 yards.

"We played well in every phase early on," coach Dominick Ciao said. "It was a great team win for us, and I'm proud of our guys."

Travis Puterbaugh, Times correspondent

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