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Freedom 32, Bloomingdale 19

TAMPA — Quarterback Tyler Guy threw for a touchdown and ran for another as Freedom won a fourth-quarter shootout.

The Bulls recovered a Freedom fumble midway through the second quarter, setting up its first touchdown. Freedom struck back when Guy found T.J. Mutcherson open for a 56-yard touchdown, followed by a 2-point conversion.

Freedom, up 11-7 after three quarters, outscored Bloomingdale 21-12 in the fourth. The Bulls' two scores came on touchdown passes from Joe Campoamor to Derrick Johnson and Sean Tate.

Guy had 74 yards rushing and 101 passing. Running back Amonty Dellsca (73 yards rushing) had the final touchdown, a 45-yard run.

"We came out flat but were able to finish strong," Freedom coach James Harrell said. "I think we made some progress."

Rod Gipson, Times Correspondent


Freedom 32, Bloomingdale 19 10/17/09 [Last modified: Saturday, October 17, 2009 1:15am]
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