TAMPA — In a matchup of teams that went winless on the field a year ago, Riverview made sure there would be no repeating its 2010 record as the Sharks beat Leto 49-36 Friday night.
Riverview's running game was a highlight, with Steven Maines gaining 310 yards and two touchdowns.
The Falcons offense also picked up the tempo Friday night, notching 452 total yards of offense. Quarterback Michael Serra ran for 234 yards and three touchdowns.
The Sharks started the game on fire, with a 50-yard kickoff return to Leto's 47. They quickly moved the ball down the field to start their scoring frenzy.
Riverview tore apart Leto's defense, finding holes and breaking tackles to get free for big gains, including 80- and 96-yard runs by Maines.
Kyle Beckett, Times correspondent