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Jesuit runs past Port Orange Atlantic 42-14

Tampa, FL - The Jesuit Tigers overcame a slow start and a 14-14 halftime score, to run past Port Orange Atlantic 42-14.

Tigers quarterback completed 12 of 13 passes for 176 yards and two touchdowns, to lead the second half surge.

Jesuit now will host Robinson in a district rematch.   Early in the season, the Tigers defeated the Knights, at Robinson, 21-7.

Tampa Bay Tech shuts out Brandon 37-0

An easy win for Tampa Bay Tech in the opening round of the playoffs.  The Titans shut out Brandon 37-0.  The Titans will move on to play Gaither in the second round of the playoffs.

Titan head coach Jason Roberts, confident in his team as he watched Aarod Midthus toss one 45 yards to Jamaruz Thompkins for the Titan touchdown.

Cludner Lacount rushed 20 times for 159 yards and 2 touchdowns while Aaron Midthus added a 26-yard run for a touchdown.  Tampa Bay Tech with the shutout in a 37-0 win over Brandon. 

Armwood mirrors a D-I team

Seffner, Fla. -- Outside of Armwood's new football field house is a statement touting the Hawks' as a nationally recognized program.  That makes sense for a consensus top five team in most of the high school rankings.

The Hawks' might be the most sought after program in the country as well.  At least 11 seniors have either committed to or been offered by Division I programs.

"That's crazy impressive," offensive lineman Cody Waldrop said.

Waldrop is committed to South Carolina.  The entire offensive line has college potential.

Plant passes Boone 54-21

Tampa, Fl - The Plant Panthers recovered from a slow start, trailing Orlando Boone 14-13 after the first quarter, to maul the Braves 54-21.

Plant quarterback James Few threw for 259 yards and six touchdowns.   Few connected with Austin Aikens seven times, four for touchdowns.

Next Friday, Plant hosts Orlando Dr. Phillips, who defeated Wharton 35-14 to advance to the second round.  

Armwood avoids major upset

Seffner, Fla. -- Armwood is in the midst of a FHSAA investigation.  It was almost a moot point before the Hawks avoided a major upset before beating Lakewood Ranch 35-31.

Alvin Bailey broke free for a 65-yard touchdown run with less than three minutes to play to help the nation's No. 2-ranked Hawks avoid arguably the biggest upset of the entire high school football season.

The visiting Mustangs overcame a 25-point deficit when McKenzie Hathaway scored on a 15-yard run.  Lakewood Ranch added the 2-point conversion to take a 31-28 lead.

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Plant defeats Robinson 51-9, wins South Tampa Bowl

Tampa, FL - The Plant Panthers and the Robinson Knights renewed their annual battle for south Tampa at Plant High School Thursday night, with Plant winning the South Tampa Bowl 51-9.

With both teams set to play in the postseason, the contest was a chance to fine tune their game.  

The Panthers marched down the field on their first possession with quarterback James Few connecting with Dereck Mann on a 24 yard scoring play.