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Football: Osceola 31, Northeast 14

SEMINOLE — Osceola scored a touchdown right before halftime Friday night then kept the momentum with a third-quarter interception to record its third consecutive win, 31-14 over Northeast.

"We played well and practiced well all week," Osceola coach George Palmer said. "The momentum shifts were key."

Osceola (4-6) got contributions on both sides of the ball. Backs Daviel Clarke (11 rushes, 130 yards, one touchdown) and Zach Bashoor (13 rushes, 95 yards, one touchdown) combined for 225 of the team's 317 rushing.

Bashoor also caught a 19-yard touchdown from quarterback Andrew Matyk.

The Osceola defense was led by senior defensive back Kurt Suominen, whose third-quarter interception of Northeast's Charlie Krasuski gave the Warriors back the momentum.

Northeast (4-6) was led by sophomore running back Keith Harrington, who rushed 16 times for 131 yards and a touchdown.

Lauren Burg, Times correspondent


Football: Osceola 31, Northeast 14 11/11/11 [Last modified: Friday, November 11, 2011 11:36pm]
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