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Pasco 33, Wiregrass Ranch 7

DADE CITY — Pasco did all of its scoring in the first half in a 33-7 victory over Wiregrass Ranch on Friday night.

Pasco blocked three punts, one for a safety, and Jamal Haynes scored two touchdowns for the Pirates (7-1).

The Pirates jumped out early in the first with Haynes scoring on a 11-yard run. Pasco scored again quickly when Chase Sellers blocked a punt to set up Haynes for a 4-yard burst.

The Pirates added another score when junior quarterback D.J. Clower weaved his way into the end zone to make it 21-0.

Fullback Dominque Wilson later scored a 1-yard touchdown to make it 30-0.

Brennan Allen capped the first half with a 37-yard field goal as time expired to give the Pirates a 33-0 lead.

Pasco sat all of its starters in the second half. The Bulls (0-8) came out strong with a 78-yard touchdown drive in the second half, capped by a 39-yard pass from sophmore James Tringali to senior Travis Duffy.

Tringali was 8-for-22 for 72 passing yards and a touchdown. Haynes finished with 15 carries for 131 and two scores. A bright spot for the Bulls was junior Josiah Johnson, who had 18 carries for 91 yards.

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