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Pinellas Park 45, Dixie Hollins 21

PINELLAS PARK — Pinellas Park finished the season at .500 while keeping Dixie Hollins scoreless.

The Rebels (0-10) started strong, scoring on their first drive from 4 yards out by Cedric Williams. He finished with 25 rushes for 180 yards and two touchdowns. But the Patriots answered with a 13-yard pass from Jessie Hevia to Andrew Laughery.

The Rebels led 21-14 at halftime.

The Patriots (5-5) came out on fire in the second half, scoring on their first possession in the third quarter. Hevia found Cody Nowakowski from 15 yards out. Running back Michael Smith also got in on the action, scoring from 5 yards out. Smith finished with 18 rushes for 188 yards.

Antwon Alexander scored the final touchdown on a 60-yard interception return.

Mel Adams, Times correspondent

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