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Jesuit football: Zack Powell set the pace for Jesuit's offense in a 42-7 victory over Armwood last Friday. Even though he sat out most of the second half, the junior running back recorded 15 carries for 115 yards and four touchdowns. He also scored a 2-point conversion on a run. His touchdowns were on runs of 2, 5, 7, and 48 yards.

Gaither football: Senior running back Brian Wyatt helped keep the potent Hillsborough offense off the field with his ball-control running in the Cowboys' 21-14 victory Friday. The 6-foot-1, 225-pound runner had 12 carries for 123 yards and a 13-yard touchdown. He set up the opening score for the Cowboys with a 39-yard blast up the middle in the opening quarter.

Jefferson football: Quarterback Carl Puryear hit on 10 of 13 passes for 237 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Dragons to a 35-14 win over Plant Friday. Keith Newman was on the receiving end of two scoring passes and Deon Ware caught the third.

Temple Heights football: Defensive lineman Jason Hawsey helped keep the Eagles undefeated (7-0) and their playoff hopes alive by recording eight tackles, including two sacks, in a 13-0 victory over Northside Christian.

Previous winners: Girls cross country _ Katie Mitchell, Bloomingdale; Rayane Lawrence, Plant; boys cross country _ Josh Fuller, Plant City; Jaime Barreto, Tampa Catholic; Steve Diaz, Gaither; girls diving _ Shelly Cavaliere, Gaither; football _ T.J. LaFlamboy, Armwood; Willie Peavey and Nate Dorsey, Temple Heights; Greg Smith, Bloomingdale; Andre Morris, Mario Porter and Cody Sherman, Brandon; Steve Hillman, Jose Blair and Ryan Lund, Gaither; Eugine McCaslin, Chamberlain; Jamall Anderson, Hillsborough; Ed Miller, Leto; Josh Kennedy, Plant City; David Catlin, Providence Christian; Jason Sparks, Jefferson; Malcolm Durant, Tampa Bay Tech; T.J. Lane, Jesuit; Kenny Kelly, Tampa Catholic; swimming _ John Reich and Tracey Pavlishin, Bloomingdale.

Class of the County members are chosen by Times staff writers. Nominations can be made by coaches only to Ernest Hooper (226-3353) during office hours, or to Terry Jones (684-2457) on Sunday evening and Monday morning.