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Tarpon Springs 42, Clearwater 21

TARPON SPRINGS — Wyatt Wikle threw for 220 yards and two touchdowns as Tarpon Springs (8-2) emerged from a game against Clearwater (5-5) that featured a combined seven personal-foul penalties.

Spongers seniors Adrian Golden (70-yard TD) and Savvas Damalos (five catches, 123 yards, TD) led the way with help from junior Wikle and sophomore quarterback Louie Pappas (4-of-8, 57 yards, two TDs.

The Spongers defense, led by senior Kostas Vavlas, also played well. Vavlas had numerous tackles and had a fumble recovery.

The Tornadoes were led by seniors Jeremiah George (nine carries, 90 yards, one TD) and Allen Eastman (five receptions, 125 yards, 84-yard TD).

Lauren Burg, Times correspondent

Tarpon Springs 42

Tarpon Springs 42, Clearwater 21 11/14/09 [Last modified: Saturday, November 14, 2009 12:32am]
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