TAMPA — Berkeley Prep started Friday's game against first-year Fivay with an explosive 45-yard touchdown run by running back Nelson Agholor and never looked back, cruising to a 50-0 victory.
Berkeley Prep (4-1) held the ball most of the first and had three interceptions. Agholor ran for 110 yards in the first half and didn't play in the second.
The Bucs defense played well throughout, allowing 70 total yards and finishing with four interceptions.
Berkeley Prep relied mostly on its running game. Quarterback Destin Nichols only threw four passes, completing two for 62 yards and a touchdown.
Kyle Beckett, Times correspondent