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Football: Dixie Hollins 26, Seminole 10

SEMINOLE — Dana Harrington threw two touchdown passes and ran for another as the Rebels beat the host Warhawks 26-10.

Harrington's final touchdown contribution was a Tim Tebow-like leaping throw of 11 yards to John Taylor late in the fourth quarter.

Seminole had actually grabbed the early lead on a 25-yard field goal by Jared Tuck, but it quickly disappeared when Hasheem McClellan returned the ensuing kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown.

Harrington added his first touchdown minutes later on a 45-yard pass to Eric Colon. On the Rebels' next drive, Harrington scored on a 1-yard run. He finished with 60 rushing yards on 11 carries and was 5-for-6 passing for 110 yards.

Running back Trevor Sand accounted for most of the Warhawks' offense, gaining 93 yards on 16 carries.

Max Martinez, Times correspondent

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