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Football: East Lake 49, Seminole 14

SEMINOLE— Quarterback Pete DiNovo threw for four touchdowns in one half as East Lake (4-1) pulled away from winless Seminole (0-4).

DiNovo was 9-for-12 for 183 yards. He hit Tyler Bigbee (four catches, 75 yards) for touchdowns of 45 and 13 yards in the first half. He also threw scoring passes to Stephen Buric (8 yards) and Artavis Scott (33 yards). Scott also had a 70-yard punt return for a TD.

Seminole actually scored first as Trevor Sands scored on a 34-yard run. Sands rushed 23 times for 147 yards and two scores.

"We came out flat, and the Warhawks' first score woke us up," East Lake coach Bob Hudson said.

Tyler Lane had a 20-yard run to make it 49-7 as the fourth quarter was played with a running clock.

Phillip Haywood, Times correspondent

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Football: East Lake 49, Seminole 14 10/02/10 [Last modified: Saturday, October 2, 2010 12:49am]
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