VALRICO — Bloomingdale got back to winning ways on homecoming night with an emphatic win over Leto.
The Bulls (4-3) racked up 419 yards of total offense. Quarterback Cody Crouse led the way with four touchdowns through the air and one on the ground; junior running back Eugene Baker scored three touchdowns including one receiving.
"Any time you put 60 points on the board it builds the team's confidence," said Bulls coach John Booth, whose team had lost three of four coming in. "The kids have earned a night like tonight. I've said from the beginning that this team has turned a corner; tonight you can see it. We feel pretty good about where we are heading into a big district game against Wharton next week."
Leto started on a positive note as Andre Simpson ran 45 yards into Bulls territory, but the Falcons (0-7) endured a nightmare for the remainder of the game. Simpson finished with 140 yards rushing and a touchdown.
David Rice, Times correspondent