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Football: Countryside 51, Seminole 0

CLEARWATER — Countryside (4-0) fumbled on its first play of the game Friday. That was one of the Cougars' few mistakes as they steamrolled Seminole 51-0 in the district opener for both teams.

"We don't play down to a lot of teams," Cougars coach Jared Davis said. "In games like this, you have to focus on getting better and correcting the little things."

Diomi Roberts opened the scoring with a 30-yard run en route to a 158-yard, three-touchdown night.

On the next drive Brandon Trezza broke a 65-yard run for Seminole (0-4), but that was all the offense it could muster.

Countryside's Gray Crow went 11-of-17 with 149 yards and two touchdowns.

Nathan Cowan, Times correspondent

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Football: Countryside 51, Seminole 0 09/23/11 [Last modified: Friday, September 23, 2011 11:03pm]
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