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Football: Dixie Hollins 47, Seminole 29

ST. PETERSBURG — Dixie Hollins coach Mike Morey said he wanted his offense to be explosive. That's what he got in the Rebels' 47-29 win over Seminole.

"We were clicking (Friday night)," said Morey, whose Rebels are 1-1.

Dixie Hollins quarterback Dana Harrington accounted for four touchdowns, all in the first half. On the Rebels' second drive, Harrington went in for a 2-yard score that was set up by his 20-yard completion to Cornell Martin.

Harrington added a 13-yard touchdown run for a 23-0 lead.

Seminole (0-2) rushed for 210 yards behind Beau Browning and Brandon Trezza.

In the second half, Brandon Bell followed a Warhawks score with a 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.

Anthony Salveggi, Times correspondent

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