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Pinellas: Sunday morning quarterback

Super Seven

1. St. Petersburg (8-0)

For the first time this season, the Green Devils were held to fewer than 30 points, but they still scored a 25-8 victory over Northeast.

2. Countryside (9-0)

It wasn't pretty, but the Cougars came through in the fourth quarter to beat East Lake 14-13 and keep their perfect season intact.

3. East Lake (6-2)

A tough loss for the Eagles, who let a 13-0 lead slip away against Countryside. They'll have to settle for the runnerup spot in Class 5A, District 8.

4. Largo (6-2)

Despite resting many starters, the Packers still had a chance to win but missed a field goal in the final minute of a 23-21 loss to Sarasota.

5. Clearwater Central Catholic (6-2)

The Marauders played one of their best games this season in a 35-0 win over Sarasota Cardinal Mooney.

6. Admiral Farragut (7-1)

The Blue Jackets fell behind early and couldn't catch up in a 24-12 loss to Lakeland Victory Christian.

7. Clearwater (5-3)

The Tornadoes need a lot to go their way to have a shot at the playoffs in Class 5A, District 8.

Offensive player of the week

QB Devontae White, Gibbs: In his best game of the season, the Gladiator threw for 236 yards and five touchdowns for a key 33-27 Class 5A, District 9 victory over Pinellas Park.

Defensive player of the week

DB Jacob Bouvier, Keswick Christian: With the Crusaders clinging to a 28-21 lead against Lakeland Santa Fe Catholic, Bouvier intercepted a pass in the final minutes to seal the win. It was his fifth interception of the season.



Game balls
RB Trevonte Anderson, Dunedin He scored three touchdowns, including one on a 70-yard kickoff return, to help the Falcons beat Palm Harbor University 27-14.
QB Louis Pappas, Tarpon Springs The Sponger threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more in a 52-6 win over Hudson.
RB Denzal Dillard, Boca Ciega He ran for 107 yards and had two touchdowns in a 27-7 win over Seminole.
RB Jarvis Stewart, Largo Rushed for more than 200 yards and scored once in a 23-21 loss to Sarasota.
WR Sean Culkin, Indian Rocks Christian The Golden Eagles' leading receiver had 81 yards on two catches, both for touchdowns, in a 44-0 win over Northside Christian.

Pinellas: Sunday morning quarterback 10/30/10 [Last modified: Saturday, October 30, 2010 9:43pm]
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