Plant City's Treshaun Ward got some attention in last week's opener against Armwood. The sophomore carried 16 times for 169 yards and scored two touchdowns, including a 64-yarder in the second quarter. The Raiders may have lost 36-16, but they held a halftime lead thanks to Ward's two TDs.The fact that Ward churned out so many yards against a powerhouse like Armwood came as no surprise to those who see him every day. "We knew he was going to be pretty good," said first-year Plant City coach Robert Paxia, who was the offensive coordinator last season. "He broke a 60-yarder late in the season last year. He's the best-kept secret outside of Plant City."Ward played four varsity games as a freshman and gained a total of 87 yards. That's because the Raiders already had a main ball carrier. Markese Hargrove tallied 1,731 yards and scored 13 touchdowns for 11-2 Plant City. Hargrove graduated, paving the way for Ward to establish himself as the Raiders' main back for the next three years. "I've been working hard all summer to show what I can do," Ward said. "I was pretty motivated to show it against a team like Armwood. Playing a team like that brings out the best in you and now hopefully I can continue to play like that and get some colleges interested."