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Football: Boca Ciega 41, Leto 0

TAMPA — Leto and Boca Ciega came into Friday's game looking for their first victory. The Pirates got theirs as they jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in a 41-0 victory.

After Leto punted following its first possession, Boca Ciega (1-2) drove the length of the field and scored for a 7-0 lead. Pirates quarterback Bobby Runcie went 9 of 18 for 111 yards with two scores.

Boca Ciega totaled 322 yards of offense. Senior running back Kelvin Smarwt finished with 111 yards rushing and 36 yards receiving with three touchdowns.

The game ended with Boca Ciega's Michael Bush returning a blocked punt 36 yards for a score.

Leto (0-4) mustered only 126 total yards against a tough defense, completing only two passes the entire game.

Cason Ulmer, Times correspondent

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