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Freedom football jamboree

At Freedom in Tampa

Tampa Bay Tech 24, King 7

Freedom 7, Wharton 0

Spring game-breakers: TBT's Maurice Hagens rushed for 110 yards on eight carries, including a 52-yard burst on the last play of the first quarter. …Linebacker Tim Stewart caught two 2-point conversions and had a 40-yard interception return to lead the TBT defense. Fellow linebacker Sam Jones opened scoring with a 35-yard fumble return for a touchdown. …Jacari Campbell caught a 23-yard touchdown for Freedom and finished with two catches for 60 yards. …Patriots receiver T.J. Mutcherson returned the opening kickoff 74 yards and recovered a fumble to help preserve the shutout.

Did you know? All four teams will start the fall with a new signal caller under center.

Audible: "We weren't playing against King tonight, we're playing to get to the state championship, Dec. 19, in Orlando and that's our goal." — TBT coach C.C. Culpepper

Justin Dargahi, Times correspondent

Freedom football jamboree 05/22/09 [Last modified: Friday, May 22, 2009 10:54pm]
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