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Football: Tampa Bay Tech 63, Riverview 6

RIVERVIEW — After Riverview quarterback Bryson Rogers bolted 58 yards for a touchdown run on the second play from scrimmage, Tampa Bay Tech woke up and posted a convincing 63-6 win after falling to Plant a week ago.

The Titans' first score came on a 59-yard punt return by Dorian Ferrell. After a Sharks fumble, Devontae McCloud ran 47 yards for a score on the Titans' first snap. McCloud finished with 141 rushing yards and four touchdowns. His counterpart in a backfield that racked up 364 yards was Tre Caldwell, who finished with 180 yards and a touchdown.

TBT quarterback Jonathan Williams completed 5 of 7 passes for 83 yards and two touchdowns, both to Ferrell.

Tampa Bay Tech was also tough on defense, allowing only four first downs and 117 total yards.

Cason Ulmer, Times correspondent

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Football: Tampa Bay Tech 63, Riverview 6 09/11/10 [Last modified: Saturday, September 11, 2010 1:36am]
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