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Football: Indian Rocks Christian 54, Northside Christian 20

LARGO — Indian Rocks Christian scored 21 first-quarter points to rout Northside Christian.

The Golden Eagles were led by the senior trio of Jake Voitier, Sean Culkin and Casey Woods. Woods went 5-of-9 for 122 yards and three touchdowns. Culkin had three receptions for 80 yards and two touchdowns, and Voitier had 11 rushes for 101 yards and a touchdown.

IRC also got a glimpse of a promising future. Eighth-grader Zeke McGoughy was called up from the junior varsity and had eight rushes for 40 yards and the Golden Eagles' final touchdown.

"He will be a real good player," IRC coach Mark Buchanan said. "It was good for him to get this experience."

Northside was led by senior Jason Piquette (3-of-9 for 41 yards and a touchdown) and sophomore Tristan Lewis (four carries for 67 yards).

Lauren Burg, Times correspondent

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