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Wesley Chapel 39, Anclote 7

HOLIDAY — Jon Mahan and yards and Davon Henry both topped 100 yards rushing as Wesley Chapel (3-6, 2-4) beat Anclote (0-8, 0-6) 39-7 in the rain Friday.

Mahan had 225 yards and three touchdowns for the Wildcats, and Davon Henry had 129 yards and one score. Kris Aratchiysky scored Anclote's only touchdown.

"We played hard enough to win tonight," Wesley Chapel coach John Castlemare said. "Anclote played hard tonight as well. They have good athletes. Our first year we had a tough time, too. Their coach Matt Wicks is doing a great job."

Anclote's best scoring opportunity came on Wesley Chapel's first possession. The Wildcats turned it over on fourth down after driving to the Anclote 15 on four plays. Anclote was in position to score but missed a field goal, and things went downhill from there.

Alyse Schaefer, Times correspondent

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