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Football: Boca Ciega 20, Seminole 6

GULFPORT — Boca Ciega scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to get past Seminole 20-6 and reach 5-5 record for the season.

"I'm proud of these guys," coach Antez Brinson said. "I'm happy for them to go out the right way."

The Pirates led 6-0 in the first quarter on Fortune Gamble's 1-yard run, which capped an eight-play drive. Gamble finished the game with 77 yards on 12 carries.

Seminole (2-8) quickly tied it on Ra'Quanne Dickens' 70-yard run.

The game remained tied until Pirates QB Caleb McCullough capped a 74-yard drive with a 6-yard scoring run. McCullough, the team's sixth quarterback for the season, finished with 112 yards.

Noah Weller completed a pass and the Warhawks flipped the ball to try to keep the play alive, but Boca Ciega's Amari Mount ran in a fumble at the 2.

Anthony Salveggi, Times correspondent

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