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Spring football: Armwood 14, Plant City 0; Strawberry Crest 10, Durant 9

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Armwood 14, Plant City 0

Strawberry Crest 10, Durant 9

Spring game-breakers: Armwood held Plant City to minus-21 yards on 21 carries. … Armwood's Tre­vor Laurent caught a 19-yard score from Noah Johnson (3-of-8 for 33 yards, one interception). … Jordan Griffin returned a fumble 15 yards for a Hawks touchdown. … Plant City's Markese Hargrove had four catches for 31 yards. … The Raiders' Corey King completed his first four passes and was 9-of-12 for 72 yards and one interception. … The Raiders' Sawyer Dawson returned an interception 62 yards. … Cameron Lehtola made a 27-yard field goal on the last play to give Strawberry Crest the win. … The Chargers' Clay Cullins threw a 37-yard touchdown to Tristan Samuel (on a pass tipped twice). The score was set up by Arjay Smith's fumble recovery. … Durant answered with an eight-play, 50-yard drive capped by Eric Davis' 1-yard keeper. … Durant's Chris Atkins ran five times for 49 yards.

Did you know? Last season, Lehtola beat Durant with a late 37-yarder — his first varsity kick .

Audible 1: "We're close to being a very, very good team." — Armwood coach Sean Callahan

Audible 2: "Every time we play Durant, it's always going to be a hard-fought game; two rural teams that get after it and have tough, hard-nosed kids." — Strawberry Crest coach John Kelly

Bryan Burns, Times correspondent

Spring football: Armwood 14, Plant City 0; Strawberry Crest 10, Durant 9 05/22/14 [Last modified: Thursday, May 22, 2014 11:15pm]
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