ZEPHYRHILLS — The protege beat his mentor Friday night in host Zephyrhills' 27-15 win over Sunlake at Bulldog Stadium. First-year Bulldogs coach Nick Carroll spent nine years as a Sunlake assistant under the tutelage of Bill Browning, the only coach in the Seahawks history."He's like a father," said Carroll, a former Zephyrhills player. "I really love him. He taught me a lot about football."Both teams are 1-1 overall and in the Sunshine Athletic Conference. Favored Sunlake was coming off a season-opening 62-0 rout of Gulf while Zephyrhills lost 43-8 to Wiregrass Ranch in the first week.The Bulldogs avenged a 44-41 road loss to the Seahawks last season."That was redemption from last year; a great team win," Carroll said. Both quarterbacks put up impressive numbers, albeit with different tactics. Sunlake's Justin Hall completed 17-of-37 for 306 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He also was sacked five times for minus-45 yards.By comparison, Zephyrhills' Charles Harrison relied more on his legs. The junior southpaw scrambled for a game-high 123 yards, just one more than Bulldogs running back Elijah Thomas, and passed for 66 yards on just three completions.Harrison also accounted for three touchdowns, two more than Hall. His 48-yard scramble down the left sideline gave the Bulldogs a 14-2 lead in the second quarter and he broke free down the right sideline off a counter play for an 80-yard touchdown scamper that clinched it late in the fourth quarter.Those runs, however, were nowhere near as timely or clutch as Harrison's first touchdown, a 31-yard pass to Jaquan Sheppard on a fourth-and-6 play on Zephyrhills' first possession."If we didn't score and we gave them field position back, now they get the momentum," Carroll said of going for it on fourth down. "Scoring on a play like that was sweet, for sure."With Zephyrhills starting tailback Myles Carter sidelined due to a bone contusion in his right leg, Thomas filled in admirably. The junior workhorse gained 122 yards on 22 carries.Zephyrhills took a 14-2 halftime lead on Harrison's pass to Sheppard and his first scrambling touchdown. Sunlake's points came when Thomas was tackled in the end zone for a safety.The Bulldogs built their biggest lead of the game early in the third quarter. On Sunlake's first possession after the break, Hall scrambled 10 yards backward before coughing up a fumble that was recovered in the end zone by linebacker Connor Davey. That staked Zephyrhills to a 21-2 lead.Sunlake rallied to score on its next two possessions and cut the deficit to 21-15. Hall connected with Cris Galdos, who led all receivers with nine catches for 172 yards, for a 9-yard scoring play and fullback Michael Reyes finished off a drive with a plunge into the end zone from 1 yard.Harrison's long scoring run in the fourth clinched it.