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Fort Meade 36, Clearwater Central Catholic 3

CLEARWATER — The Mauraders couldn't stop Fort Meade from sealing the Class A, District 6 district title.

The game started out promising for Clearwater Central Catholic marched down the field and Blake Myregaard put up a 19-yard field goal. Things looked even better for the Mauraders after Miners quarterback Ronald Jones threw an interception on his first pass of the game. But that field goal was the last of CCC's points.

Maurader quarterback Nick Newton threw interceptions on their next two possessions; one led to a touchdown run by Lakevin Camp. Fort Meade also took advantage of a missed field goal, high punt snap and 54-yard kick return to go up 23-3 before the half. CCC allowed two more unanswered touchdowns, on runs of 1 and 54 yards.

Tori Creighton, Times correspondent

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