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Football: Robinson 50, Lennard 21

TAMPA — After scoring 69 points last week, Robinson again looked impressive against Lennard, cruising to a 29-point victory.

The Knights (6-1, 3-1) scored at will, moving the ball with the pass and run.

Quarterback Blake Rice threw a pair of touchdowns to start the scoring, then running back J.J. Hubbard put his stamp on the game with two rushing scores including an 84-yarder.

"We are pretty high-octane right now on offense," Robinson coach Mike Depue said. "We have a lot of good weapons and J.J. is probably one of the top couple of backs in the area right now."

Down 14-0, Lennard (4-3, 1-3) cut the lead in half to start the second quarter with a 6-yard score by Tevin Abbney, but Robinson scored 28 unanswered points to put the game away.

Todd Foley, Times Correspondent

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