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Football: Northeast 18, Seminole 14

ST. PETERSBURG — Keith Harrington's fourth-quarter touchdown run, his third of the game, gave Northeast an 18-14 victory over Seminole.

The 23-yard score was set up by Jermaine Manning's recovery of a Brandon Trezza fumble at the Seminole 32. Harrington, who played on offense mostly at quarterback, carried the ball 29 times for 229 yards.

Seminole led 14-6 after the first drive of the second half when Trevor Ralph scored on a 13-yard run. That drive was highlighted by a 45-yard completion from Noah Weller to Brett Phillips.

The Vikings pulled within two on Harrington's 3-yard TD run. On that drive, Harrington carried the ball three times for all 60 of Northeast's yards.

"We know Keith's tough as nails," Vikings coach Mike Jalazo said. "We let him take us to victory."

The Warhawks opened the scoring when Weller intercepted Harrington and returned it 11 yards to the end zone. Harrington's 19-yard run brought Northeast within 7-6 but the Vikings missed the PAT.

Anthony Salveggi, Times correspondent


Football: Northeast 18, Seminole 14 10/29/11 [Last modified: Saturday, October 29, 2011 12:24am]
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