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Northside Chr. 35, Orlando Agape Chr. 32 (OT); Shorecrest 24, Admiral Farragut 14

Northside Chr. 35
Agape Chr. Academy (OT) 32

Northside Christian's Will Scott caught a 15-yard pass from Jimmy VanDeilen with seven seconds left in regulation to tie its game with Agape Christian Academy at 32, then Jeremy Smith kicked an 18-yard field goal in overtime to lead the Mustangs to a come-from-behind victory on the road.

Northside (6-3) held Agape on four straight downs to shut out the Saints in overtime. Chris Culbreth rushed for more than 100 yards and has more than 1,000 on the season for Northside.

Shorecrest 24
Admiral Farragut 14

Shorecrest improved to 3-6 with a win at home.

Shorecrest held a 10-0 lead at halftime. Admiral Farragut (5-3) held Shorecrest to a three-and-out to open the second half, then Josh Burch returned the ensuing punt 50 yards for a touchdown to cut the Chargers' lead to 10-7.

After forcing another three-and-out, AFA appeared to take its first lead but had an 80-yard touchdown run called back. AFA had a 95-yard touchdown and a 60-yard run waived off for penalties.

Burch, who was 11-for-18 for 190 yards, threw a 40-yard touchdown to Reyshawn Jenkins to make the score 17-14 in the third quarter.

Bryan Burns, Times staff writer

Northside Chr. 35, Orlando Agape Chr. 32 (OT); Shorecrest 24, Admiral Farragut 14 11/07/09 [Last modified: Saturday, November 7, 2009 12:25am]
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