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Football: Pasco 58, Wiregrass Ranch 13

DADE CITY — Pasco got off to a hot start against Wiregrass Ranch on Friday, scoring 38 points in the first half. The Pirates were too much for the Bulls as Pasco concluded the regular season with a 58-13 victory and a 10-0 record.

Pirates quarterback Jacob Guy, who played all but seven minutes, was accurate from the start as he led his team 62 yards on the opening drive, finishing with a 22-yard touchdown pass to Janarion Grant. Guy finished with 118 yards and two touchdowns, his second one going to David Emmanuel. Emmanuel complemented his receiving score with rushing touchdowns of 2 and 10 yards.

Pasco let off the gas a little in the second half, but Hakeeme Ishmar added a rushing touchdown of 6 yards in the third quarter and 15 yards in the fourth.

The Pirates' defense and special teams also put points on the board as Tre Dudley-Giles returned a James Tringali interception 32 yards for a touchdown and took a Wiregrass punt 37 yards for another score.

The Bulls (6-3) had a few bright spots as Edmond Boateng picked off Guy and returned the pass 35 yards to set up a Nick Lomba touchdown.

In the fourth quarter Tringali hooked up with Antwan Prince, who weaved through the Pasco defense to find the end zone for a 60-yard score.

Football: Pasco 58, Wiregrass Ranch 13 11/12/10 [Last modified: Friday, November 12, 2010 11:32pm]
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