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Jesuit 63, Strawberry Crest 0

TAMPA — Jesuit set a school record for most points in a single game in front of a home crowd.

Quarterback Bobby Eveld stole the show, throwing a career-high four touchdowns to four receivers while amassing 208 yards. Eveld found running back Robby Garcia from 7 yards out in between a pair of rushing TDs from Garcia that gave the senior tailback three scores in the first quarter. Eveld tossed three more touchdowns before halftime to Ben Gutowski, Bryce Walker and Tyler Godec.

With Jesuit up 42-0 in the third, backup Patton Chillura picked up where Eveld left off, finding Joe Twomey for an additional score.

"We do have a lot of weapons, but our theme here has always been about the team," Jesuit coach Joe Ross said. "We don't care who gets the credit, we just want to make sure we get that W and do whatever it takes to win."

Peter Pupello, Times correspondent

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