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King 28, Durant 3

TAMPA — Quarterback Greg Windham had a hand in all four touchdowns as King (4-5) beat Durant (6-4).

In a two-minute span right before halftime, Windham scored on touchdown runs of 5 and 2 yards.

After Windham hit Quadrea Everett for a 50-yard completion to set up his first score, Herman Jackson intercepted Durant's Je'Twan Smith to set up the second TD right before the half.

Later, Windham hit Reese Sturgis for a 53-yard score, putting the Lions up 21-3 in the third quarter. Windham's scoring night ended with a 7-yarder to Sturgis again.

Sturgis (145) and Everett (117) each had more than 100 yards receiving, while Windham finished 18-for-26 for 306 yards.

It was the fewest points given up by the Lions all year.

Phil Neary, Times correspondent

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