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Football: Carrollwood Day 22, Shorecrest 0

ST. PETERSBURG — Carrollwood Day knocked off Shorecrest 22-0 in a sloppy, rain-soaked game Friday night.

Hillsborough county's leading rusher, senior Robert Davis, kept up his record-breaking pace with 209 yards and one touchdown on 23 carries. Most of those yards came in the second half, where he had a 79-yard touchdown run.

"Tonight they really keyed on (Davis)," CDS coach Lance McLaughlin said, "but that's the thing with Robert; if you keep plugging, he's going to get the yards."

Senior quarterback Vidal Woodruff was the other big contributor for the Patriots (4-0), finishing 5-of-9 with 91 yards passing, two touchdowns — both to Andy Embody — and one interception.

The Patriots dominated the line of scrimmage, but did experience some struggles at times, with one interception and a pair of lost fumbles.

Senior running back Garret Schulte led the way for the Chargers (2-2) with 55 yards on 17 carries.

Christian Sandler, Times correspondent

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