SARASOTA — Riverview had a first half it would like to forget and a second half it may never forget. The Rams came back from a 19-6 halftime deficit to hold on for the 20-19 Homecoming victory over Steinbrenner to go to 3-0 and 1-0 in Class 8A, District 6 play.The Rams rode the legs of bruising sophomore running back Ali Boyce, who finished with 216 yards on 36 carries including a 13-yard score, which was Riverview's only score in the first half.The comeback started midway through the third quarter when Warriors (1-2, 0-1) tailback Josh Harris coughed up the first of two fumbles to give the Rams the ball at midfield. On the third play of the drive, senior signal caller Mike Welcer found a wide open Malachi Wideman, who made one juke on his way to a 37-yard score to pull to within 19-13.Following to three-and-outs by both teams, Riverview forced Steinbrenner into a turnover on downs for the third time in the game and took over on its own 37-yard line. Boyce picked up 51 yards on four carries to set up the game-winning 8-yard TD jaunt from Welcer with just over seven minutes remaining.But the Warriors weren't dead yet, as they put together a 12-play drive that included a conversion on third and 15 and three plays later third and 1. Josh Harris (82 yards on 22 carries) coughed it up on his sixth carry of the drive and Riverview's Julian Lowenstein recovered on the Rams' 33. Welcer finished 7-of-16 for 77 yards and two picks and a touchdown. His first interception with nine minutes left in the first half was returned for a 30-yard touchdown and a 12-6 lead for the Warriors. And that was less than two minutes after Steinbrenner had tied the score on a 15-yard strike from Colin Wray to Brett Bitter.