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Rodney Page, Times Staff Writer

Weeki Wachee’s Donte Young, center, and Anthony Hartman sack Interlachen’s Bobby Ricks.

STEPHEN J. CODDINGTON | Special to the Times

Weeki Wachee’s Donte Young, center, and Anthony Hartman sack Interlachen’s Bobby Ricks.

Weeki Wachee 42, Interlachen 6: Sophomore quarterback Alec Cromie made his varsity debut a memorable one, throwing for five touchdowns in the first half as the Hornets beat Interlachen for the third straight season.

Cromie threw a pair of touchdowns to wide receiver Dayonta Patterson and running back Shawn O'Gorman, and one to Damion Kemper.

O'Gorman also added a 15-yard touchdown run to help the Hornets to a 42-6 halftime lead.

O'Gorman returned the second-half TD all the way, but it was called back because of a penalty.

Ridgewood 47, Fivay 40: Christian Farria scored twice, and Glass Wilson scored once, snapping a five game losing streak in season openers dating to 2008.

Rodney Page, Times Staff Writer 08/29/14 [Last modified: Friday, August 29, 2014 11:14pm]
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