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Football: Seminole 10, Northeast 7

ST. PETERSBURG — Seminole's Chris Steiermann blocked a 23-yard field-goal attempt in overtime to preserve a 10-7 upset against district rival and host Northeast.

Seminole (1-5, 1-1) got a 26-yard field goal from Dalton Schomp to start the overtime.

Northeast (3-2, 1-1) advanced to the 1-yard line, but a false start moved Lucas Villareal's attempt back. Steiermann dove and got a hand on the ball.

"We kept telling them if they believe in themselves and we all stick together as a team, then good things are going to happen," Seminole coach Sam Roper said.

Northeast struck early on a 2-yard touchdown run by Tim Ashmun, but the Vikings were plagued 15 penalties for 130 yards.

Brandon Trezza tied the game on the Warhawk's first play of the second half, a 72-yard run. Trevor Sand added 133 yards on 33 carries for Seminole.

Max Martinez, Times correspondent

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