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Football: St. Petersburg 55, Clearwater 41

CLEARWATER — The teams combined for 35 points during the first quarter and 851 yards of offense overall.

Sophomore Maurice Hemingway surpassed 100 rushing yards and scored two touchdowns during the first quarter alone for the Green Devils (6-3). He finished with 21 carries for 180 yards.

Special teams also played an important role for St. Petersburg with Leroy Williams returning two kickoffs for touchdowns during the second half.

Green Devils quarterback Keegan Oberholzer needed to throw the ball only two times, connecting on both with one touchdown.

For Clearwater (2-6), Rob Yarbrough threw for 370 yards and five touchdowns and ran for 50 yards.

After the Tornadoes managed to tie the score at 41 during the fourth quarter, two quick touchdowns by the Devils put the game away.

Daniel Feingold, Times correspondent

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Football: St. Petersburg 55, Clearwater 41 10/28/11 [Last modified: Saturday, October 29, 2011 12:03am]
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