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Football: Dunedin 27, Palm Harbor U. 14

PALM HARBOR — Dunedin (2-6, 1-2) upset Palm Harbor University behind workhorse Trevonte Anderson's three touchdowns. He took the opening kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown to set the tone.

"(Anderson) has been a play maker for us," Dunedin coach Jack Benson said. "He has played with a lot of heart all year long. He's a quality young man."

The play of the game was quarterback Anthony Diviney tossing the ball to Anderson on a sweep and Anderson launching it 27 yards to Sharrod Harriel. Diviney found an open Mike Singer in the back of the end zone on the next play to give Dunedin a 21-14 lead.

Palm Harbor U. (3-5, 0-3) fumbled on the next possession and Anderson punched it in from 6 yards to put the game away.

Basil Spyridakos, Times Correspondent

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Football: Dunedin 27, Palm Harbor U. 14 10/30/10 [Last modified: Saturday, October 30, 2010 1:37am]
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