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Record-setter by halftime

SCOTT PURKS | Special to the Times

With a mere 214-yard, five-touchdown first half against Robinson, Jesuit High School's Malik Davis set the career rushing record (5,788 yards) for Hillsborough County. Sickles alumnus Ray Ray McCloud, now at Clemson, held the mark of 5,765. Davis also broke the county's career rushing touchdown record of 67, previously held by Armwood's Kalvin Bailey. Story, 7C

Record-setter by halftime 10/14/16 [Last modified: Friday, October 14, 2016 11:10pm]
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