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Football: Tampa Bay Tech 52, Alonso 14

TAMPA — Dorian Ferrell scored on a 90-yard return for Tampa Bay Tech (3-2) on the opening kick, setting the tone for the Titans' 52-14 victory against Alonso.

After kicking to the Ravens (1-4), TBT caused a fumble that was returned 38 yards by Major Bloom to give the Titans a 14-0 lead with just two minutes run off the clock.

TBT quarterback Jonathon Williams completed 8 of 13 passes for 149 yards and a touchdown. He added a 13-yard rushing score. Lamarq Caldwell and Lenevar Delaney benefited. Caldwell had four catches for 99 yards and a TD. Delaney had two catches for 62 yards and a TD. TBT totaled 353 yards offense.

The Ravens' lone points came in the third quarter on an 86-yard kickoff return by Eddie Castillo and a 65-yard swing pass to Brandon Holloway.

Cason Ulmer, Times correspondent

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