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Football: Zephyrhills 51, Anclote 41

HOLIDAY — Zephryhills, fresh off its first victory last week against Gulf, won its second straight Friday, defeating Anclote.

Zephryhills senior Chris Reaves put on a show as he accounted for all seven of his team's touchdowns.

With the Sharks up 34-15 the game looked like it was going to be a easy victory for Anclote. Then Travis Hendrix's 31-yard touchdown run put Anclote ahead 41-29 in the fourth quarter.

But Zephryhills scored 22 points to come from behind. Reaves went 80 yards for his second kickoff return for a score on the night.

His rushing touchdowns of 15 and 3 yards were the final touchdowns the Bulldogs needed.

Reaves started his night with a 64-yard kickoff return for a score late in the first quarter to give the Bulldogs, who earlier recorded a safety, an 8-7 lead.

Reaves rushed 18 times for 154 and added two catches for 37 yards and two scores.

Hendrix, a senior, led the way for the Sharks as he rushed for 284 on 23 carries and had three rushing touchdowns.

Rodney Robinson, Times correspondent

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Football: Zephyrhills 51, Anclote 41 11/05/10 [Last modified: Friday, November 5, 2010 11:58pm]
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