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The Tigers scored another win over an impressive opponent, going to Orlando and bringing back the team's fourth straight victory.

Jesuit went ahead on its opening drive of the second half with Vincent Testaverde going 5-for-5 and finding Clarence Williams for a 25-yard score. After that it was ball control, with Jesuit able to take a knee at the Bishop Moore 5-yard line.

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Middleton 42, Leto 7

It was a night of firsts for this group of Tigers. A two-game winning streak and better yet, a victorious bus ride home.

"That was a very good bus ride," said Middleton coach Alonzo Ashwood. "It wasn't like a party, but it's usually quiet."

His team nearly shut out Leto (0-7) but for a touchdown on the last play. Standout receiver Anthony Rhynes went over the 1,000-yard mark and caught three of Marcellus Ray's four touchdown passes.

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Armwood 47, Lennard 6

The Hawks pushed themselves to within one win of clinching the District 6A-8 title with Friday's easy victory.

Armwood (7-0, 6-0) needs a victory next week against King or at Chamberlain the following week. Lennard dropped to 0-8.

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Plant City 33, Spoto 14

The Raiders (5-2) stepped out of district and the results were predictable - the team was flat at the start but eventually talent won out in a defeat of the winless Spartans.

"We can't afford to be flat next week," said Raider coach Wayne Ward, referring to his team's matchup with 7A-8 leaders Strawberry Crest.

Spoto led early and Friday's game was tied at halftime but Hassan Bailey put the Raiders on top 14-7 with a touchdown and later Bailey caught a 60-yard score from Landon Galloway. Running back Sterling Day also had two touchdowns.

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Robinson 13, Chamberlain 12

The Knights (3-5, 3-3) kept their hopes of a .500 season alive when senior Brandon Peters intercepted a two-point conversion attempt.

"Our defense played awesome," first-year coach Shawn Taylor said. "We shut them down pretty good."

Robinson scored twice on big plays, first on a long run by Javaughn Johnson in the second quarter, and then on a long touchdown pass from Darius Autry to Jahrvis Davenport in the fourth quarter.

Chamberlain (4-4, 4-2) answered with a long score and went for the win and a two-point conversion. But a jump pass fell to Peters, and the Chiefs likely fell out of the playoff picture in Class 6A, District 8.

Terrance Baldwin also had an interception for Robinson.

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Seffner Christian 47, Windermere Prep 42

The Crusaders bounced back from their first loss of the year by securing a five-point home victory over Windermere Prep (4-3). The 47-point explosion marked the fourth time this season Seffner Christian has scored at least that many points.

The Crusaders travel to Winter Haven's All Saints' Academy next week.