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Armwood 31, Lake Gibson 14: The nationally-ranked Hawks scored the game's first 24 points. Quarterback Mywan Jackson (4-for-9, 125 yards) opened scoring with a 23-yard touchdown run, then connected with Sherman Jessie for a 69-yard touchdown. Richard Jules caught a 24-yard touchdown pass from Richard Jules with 2:28 remaining in the half to make it 24-0.

Jefferson 21, Astronaut 9: Dragons quarterback Quentin Williams threw for three touchdowns. Williams connected with Andre Davis on fourth down from 23 yards out in the first. He then recovered a fumbled snap and hit Terence Dotson from 20 yards out in the second and had a 37-yard TD to Dominique Johnson in the third.

Newsome 35, Lennard 14: The host Wolves were led by sophomore running back Conner Powers, who scored three rushing touchdowns. Sophomore receiver Vince Pennington had a touchdown reception.

At Winter Haven: In a round-robin format, Cambridge went 1-0-1, All Saints 1-0-1 and Carrollwood Day School 0-2. In Cambridge's 21-6 win over CDS, Ryan Campbell scored on an 80-yard kickoff return. Lancers quarterback Etienne Turner threw for one score and ran for another.


Out-of-county roundup 08/29/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 2:44pm]
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