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In a game earlier this season, Armwood and Bloomingdale players meet ahead of kickoff. Last week's games were postponed because of Hurricane Ian.
Here’s how action went down with Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando teams this week.
The senior scores four touchdowns in the Cougars’ Homecoming victory.
Here’s how action went down with Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando teams this week.
The Wildcat defense has allowed just one touchdown in the last three games.

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  1. In a game earlier this season, Armwood and Bloomingdale players meet ahead of kickoff. Last week's games were postponed because of Hurricane Ian.
  2. Countryside senior receiver Terrence Jackson, left, celebrates with Dylan Nahra, center, after one of his four touchdowns during a 34-28 Homecoming victory over Palm Harbor University.
  3. Wharton's defense continues to impress, shutting out previously unbeaten Sumner 43-0 Friday night.
  4. Led by senior defensive back Jalen Brown (7), Countryside breaks through the banner and runs onto the field Friday night. The Cougars get the 34-28 homecoming victory.
  5. Berkeley Prep senior Keon Keeley is ranked as the top edge rusher and one of the top 10 players in the country by several recruiting services.
  6. For the first time after 42 straight losses, a Brandon High football coach gets the Gatorade victory shower. The man in the middle is third-year Eagles coach Daryl Stewart.
  7. Packers receiver Christian Watson (9) is pursued by Bears safety Eddie Jackson (4) during Green Bay's 27-10 victory Sunday night at Lambeau Field. A Plant High alumnus, Watson returns home Sunday afternoon when Packers face the Bucs at Raymond James Stadium.
  8. The Astros' Kyle Tucker gets a beer shower after Houston clinches the American League West title after beating the Rays on Monday night.
  9. Lights, camera ... no action ... Except, that is, in the sky where lightning popped and rain fell and postponed the game at Brandon until Monday evening against Freedom.
  10. In a battle of unbeatens, East Bay pulls out the 21-19 victory over Riverview on Friday night.
  11. St. Petersburg High quarterback Jefferey Jones has plenty of reasons to smile after Friday night's weather-delayed, 9-0 win over previously unbeaten Osceola.
  12. From left, junior Kendall Johnson, sophomore Dallas Wilson, junior Javion Mckay, senior Mekhi Penix, sophomore Santonyo Isaac and junior Jonye Rosebury combine to make an explosive receiver corps at Tampa Bay Tech.
  13. Mississippi tight end Michael Trigg (0) falls into the end zone as he catches a 4-yard touchdown pass against Central Arkansas last Saturday.
  14. Largo football coach Marcus Paschal, seen here during practice this week, had plenty of reasons to smile Friday night.
  15. On an incredibly muddy field, Tampa Bay Tech defensive end Tre Jacobs takes off on a long run after picking up one of three lost fumbles for Newsome.
  16. Another Friday night under the lights is in the books for Tampa Bay teams.
  17. Before the action starts, Largo junior middle linebacker Adarius Hayes is a lighthearted soul. But when the game starts, he has proven to be an absolute terror to opposing offenses.
  18. Armwood running back Girard Pringle breaks free for several long runs during first-half action against Bloomingdale on Friday night.
  19. On a soggy Friday night, East Lake rides the running game of Luke Yoder to victory over Mitchell.
  20. After waiting two hours from the originally scheduled kickoff for a rain and lightning delay, the Bloomingdale student section finally got a chance to cheer, which they did late into the night. But Armwood pulled out the win, 28-14.
  21. USF wide receiver Ajou Ajou (6) and linebacker Davon Hicks (43) race downfield during practice at the Frank Morsani Football Complex in August in Tampa.
  22. Mitchell senior Chris Ferrini played quarterback, safety, linebacker and receiver last season. This year,  the plan is for him to play mainly at quarterback a limited amount at safety.
  23. Clearwater Central Catholic sophomore quarterback Jershaun Newton keeps the Berkeley Prep defense on its toes in Friday's 24-7 Marauders victory.
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