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Tampa Bay Tech 41, King 7

TAMPA —Tampa Bay Tech got an early test from King but pulled away for a convincing victory.

The Titans (5-1) opened the scoring with a 9-yard pass from Jonathon Williams to Allen Covington. The Lions (2-3) tied things up with a 3-yard touchdown pass from Greg Windham to Derrick Bass.

The Titans took the lead for good with a 40-yard touchdown pass to C.J. Jackson. The Lions next possession ended with a fumble by Windham, which gave the Titans good field position and Maurice Hagens scored on a 4-yard run.

TBT began the fourth quarter with a 35-yard touchdown run Hagens. After a quick Lions drive, the Titans' Cludner LaCount scored a 4-yard touchdown.

With less than four minutes to play, the Titans scored again on a 28-yard touchdown pass from Dorian Ferrell to Darius Anderson.

Ian Dyer, Times correspondent

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