SEMINOLE — When a team puts together as dominant a performance as Osceola did, it's difficult to single out the most valuable players.
At times, it was the defensive line and linebackers, who recovered fumbles on each of the Rebels' first three possessions.
At others, it was Courtney Burge, who had 110 yards and two touchdowns on only 12 carries. Or it was Austin Lawrence, who scored once on the ground and once through the air. In all, five running backs combined for 296 yards and six scores.
At other times, the secondary came up big, picking off Tyrie Adams on two second-half drives that could have gotten Dixie back in the game. Adams went 20-of-31 for 231 yards and four scores.
Max Martinez, Times correspondent