VALRICO — An offense that looked impressive under clear skies, only improved following nature's onslaught when, after an 1 ½-hour lightning delay and heavy rains, Tampa Bay Tech poured it on Class 7A, District 9 opponent Bloomingdale in a 48-6 runaway. With just under five minutes left in the first half and already with a 12-point lead, the Titans returned to the field to finish the second quarter where Michael Penix Jr. added two passing and one rushing touchdown to the lopsided lead. TBT (3-0, 1-0) moved the game to a running clock as Penix connected with Anthony Payne for a 52-yard strike in the Titans' first second-half possession. Bloomingdale (2-2, 0-1) added a late touchdown as DJ Williams got loose and broke a 65-yard touchdown run down the sideline. Key drive: The Titans took command in a hurry as Penix found Payne on a 42-yard pass to open the game, followed one play later as Marino Hillman scored from 14 yards out. Stars of the game: Penix finished the game 16-for-20 passing for 263 yards, with three passing and two rushing touchdowns to lead the offense. … Florida commit Daquon Green proved the favorite target for Penix, hauling in seven passes for 101 yards … Payne caught three passes for 106 yards. … Williams had 91 yards on the ground for Bloomingdale, while on the defensive side Sam Skinner had a pair of sacks. Stats of the game: Titans versatile senior Trent Wyatt added to the night on special teams with three two-point conversion runs. Wyatt also worked in at quarterback late, connecting with Isaiah Stephens for a fourth-quarter touchdown.