ST. PETERSBURG –— In a back-and-forth battle fought through the air, Countryside High was able to leave its business trip with a 41-30 win over Northeast High on Friday. The teams combined for 562 yards passing, with the Vikings gaining 298 and the Cougars 264. Countryside moved to 6-4, while Northeast fell to 4-5 on its homecoming night.Key plays: Leading by three late in the second quarter, the Cougars made a big play to seize the momentum. Derek Jenkins was scrambling left and under heavy pressure, but he kept his poise to find an open Cardre Mobley, who took it all the way to the house for a 70-yard touchdown. Jenkins later found James Lee for another big score, this one for 74 yards that put the Cougars up 41-24.Key drive: With 45 seconds left in the first half, Countryside intercepted a Keon Gulley pass, and Jenkins proceeded to throw a 37-yard pass to Reece Metheney. That set up an easy score from a yard out by running back Brandon Warren and turned a close score into 27-10 heading into the half.Star of the game: Jenkins was on target all night, completing 8 of 9 passes for 254 yards. He threw four touchdowns to four receivers, including two of more than 70 yards. Jenkins also finished with four rushes for 47 yards.Stat of the game: Countryside relied on the big play, with nine of 20 or more yards. Four of the Cougars' five touchdowns came on the big play.Final word: "They were doing some stuff to take away what we were trying to do, and we had to see if we could hit them somewhere else. Derek saw it and was able to take advantage of it — just a great job getting the ball out." — Countryside coach Eric Schmitz on Jenkins.