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Spring football: Boca Ciega shuts out Naples Golden Gate 20-0 in spring football

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Boca Ciega 20, Golden Gate 0

Spring game-breakers: Two plays after Golden Gate missed a first-half field-goal attempt, Boca Ciega running back Latavien Washington ran 81 yards for a touchdown for the only score of the half. The conversion attempt failed. … Washington then capped a 14-play, 56-yard third-quarter drive with a 1-yard run around left end. Quarterback Shaquille Bradford threw a 25-yard completion that set the Pirates up at the 1. … In the fourth quarter, Joseph Lynn scored on a 33-yard pass from Bradford.

Did you know? The Pirates defense stiffened when it needed to. In the second quarter, the Titans recovered a fumble in Boca Ciega territory. But three plays later, the Pirates had pushed the Titans back 5 yards and the 38-yard field goal attempt missed. … The Titans, who are under new coach Steve Crowley, were 1-9 last season.

Times wires

Spring football: Boca Ciega shuts out Naples Golden Gate 20-0 in spring football 05/30/09 [Last modified: Sunday, May 31, 2009 12:15am]
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