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No more waiting or wondering when the season will begin. After a delayed start, football is back with most Hillsborough County public and private schools kicking off the regular season on Friday. That also means it is time for rankings. Here is the first top 10 of the season.

1. Armwood

Last season: 12-2 (lost in state semifinals)

Up next: at Bloomingdale

The Hawks are seventh in the state and 44th in the nation according to MaxPreps, both tops among area programs. Sure, Armwood lost several key starters, most notably on defense with lineman Clyde Pinder Jr. (North Carolina) and defensive backs De’Kwan Hughes (Marshall), Jalil Core (Florida A&M) and Aamaris Brown (Indiana) all off to college. But the Hawks just reload rather than rebuild. The defense still is capable of being dominant with Desmond Watson, a Florida commit, anchoring the line and Noah Biglow, a Pittsburgh recruit, leading a revamped secondary that includes Plant transfer Zaequan Gilliespy. On offense, quarterback Cam’Ron Ransom is poised to have his best season yet. His target is Charles Montgomery Jr., a Florida commit who led the team in receiving last season. James Smiley takes over the rushing load from Eric Wilson, who graduated.  

2. Gaither

Last season: 12-2 (lost in state semifinals)

Up next: at Chamberlain

The Cowboys have been vocal in declaring themselves the best team in Hillsborough County. They certainly are in the conversation, especially given how much star power they have on the roster. Eight players have already made their college commitment. Five of those are Division I-A recruits — quarterback Kiael Kelly (Ball State), offensive lineman Andrew Kilfoyl (USF), defensive back Jordan Oladokun (Iowa), running back Ricky Parks (Utah) and defensive back Jordan Young (Florida). Kelly, Parks and Young all came from Jesuit and help fill key holes in the lineup. Kelly, who replaces Tony Bartalo at quarterback, has plenty of targets with Drelin Pittman and Bethune Cookman commit Jayden Mendez both returning. Oladokun also will spend time at receiver. On defense, the line is ferocious, led by all-state and ESPN top 300 selection Mario Eugenio. Others up front include Tennessee State commit Asa Van Buren, Tawfiq Thomas and Jon Wallace. Oladokun and Young will team with Kobe McCloud and Jean Duclos in a very deep and talented secondary. Gaither coach Kirk Karsen said Willie Jackson is the most versatile player on defense and could start at all 11 positions. 

3. Bloomingdale

Last season: 9-3 (lost in region semifinals) 

Up next: vs. Armwood

Bulls coach Jake Coulson said this could be a special season. His optimism stems from the progress he made since taking over the program a year ago . Bloomingdale’s three losses last season were to Lakeland and Armwood, two of the best programs in the state. And the region final loss to the Hawks was just by 11 points. In the offseason, the passing game got a significant jolt with the addition of quarterback Tre Simmons from Jefferson and receiver Agiye Hall, an Alabama commit who played at Armwood the past two seasons. Stazion Gage, a multidimensional force who quarterbacked Riverview to a playoff berth last season, transferred in and likely will team with Hall to form an electrifying receiving pair. Coulson raves about the defense, which was already stellar last season. Three starters in the secondary have already committed to colleges — Britton Pascoe (North Dakota State), Philip Riley (Notre Dame) and Jayden Williams (FAU). Isaiah Doby, who had more than 100 tackles last season, came over from Riverview to round out the defensive backfield. The inside linebackers are among the area’s best with Jamarion Neal and Wa’myron Howard both returning.   

4. Jesuit (1-0)

Last week: d. Fort Myers Bishop Verot 28-21 

Up next: vs. Clearwater

The Tigers got off to a strong start, jumping out to a big lead then holding on to beat Bishop Verot 28-21 in the season opener. Joe Pesansky, a transfer from Virginia, took over as the starting quarterback and completed 14 of his 21 passes for 226 yards and three touchdowns. Jaydn Girard caught three of those passes, two going for touchdowns, and finished with 120 yards. In the fourth quarter, Jesuit’s offensive line, led by Trequan Alexander, paved the way on a few clock-eating drives. Joquez Smith was the main benefactor, rushing for 90 yards on 15 carries and scoring once. On defense, Todd Bowles and Aiden Clark each picked off passes. 

5. Tampa Bay Tech 

Last season: 8-4 (lost in region semifinals)

Up next: at Steinbrenner

In last year’s region semifinals, the Titans gave powerhouse Lakeland all it could handle before losing 37-30. That performance did wonders for Tampa Bay Tech, which is aiming for more than just its seventh straight playoff appearance. A deep playoff run is possible thanks to a passing game that will be among the area’s best. David Wright, who threw for 2,318 yards and 27 touchdowns last year, returns for his senior season. There are plenty of weapons. Greg Gaines, a junior receiver, is a four-star prospect according to the 247 Sports composite list. Jamari Gassett, who transferred from Jefferson, has already committed to Buffalo. And don’t forget about Rod Gainer, a freshman who should have an immediate impact as a runner and receiver. Tyler Bennett anchors the offensive line. Henry Hughes, a Rutgers commit, does the same on the other side of the ball. Linebacker Matthew Myles and defensive back Steven Parker have multiple college offers.  

6. Plant City

Last season: 5-5

Up next: at Riverview

After starting 2-5 a year ago, the Raiders reeled off three straight wins to carry some momentum into the offseason. The high hopes also have to do with a roster filled with talent. Mario Williams, an Oklahoma commit, is the top receiver in the nation according to ESPN. Opposing defenders will have to pay attention to more than just Williams. The Raiders have two other dependable targets, Reagan Ealy and Aramoni Rhone, a transfer from Orlando Jones. The job of getting the ball to that trio belongs to Nick Felice, a transfer from Newsome who won the starting quarterback job. Romello Jones will handle the bulk of the rushing load. Up front, Plant City has tremendous size with Josiah Lancaster (6-foot-6, 320 pounds) and Andrew Walden (6-6, 330) anchoring the right side of the line. Though the Raiders graduated their top four tacklers, there are solid returning starters, including linebacker Todd Miller, safeties Cole Highsmith and Austin Albright and cornerback Ian Jolly. 

7. Tampa Catholic (1-0)

Last week: d. IMG White 43-7

Up next: vs. Clearwater Central Catholic

The Crusaders are set at quarterback with Xavione Washington. The sophomore, who last season as the understudy to Dylan McClain, made the most of his limited opportunities in the opener, going 6-of-8 for 124 yards and a touchdown in the air and running for 57 yards and scoring on both of his carries. The Crusaders made it look easy on the ground, averaging 11 yards per carry while running behind a beefy line, led by the Sandlin twins, Jordan and Jaden, who both have committed to FAU. Lewis Carter had tackles and a sack and Adrian Ramsey picked off a pass to lead Tampa Catholic’s defense. 

8. Berkeley Prep

Last season: 8-2 (lost in region semifinals)

Up next: at Jesuit (Sept. 25)

Berkeley Prep’s offense has the key pieces in place to be potent. Gavin Rupp, who has offers from East Tennessee State, Gardner-Webb and Tennessee-Martin, returns at quarterback for his senior season. He can hand off to a pair of dynamic junior running backs, Travis Bates and Xavier Townsend. Or Rupp can drop back and throw to his top deep threat, RJ Garcia II, a senior who has already committed to Kansas State.  Though the Buccaneers return nearly skill player, there still is  work to be done on the offensive line, which lost several starters, including Zach Perkins, now at Maryland.  The biggest loss on defensive was Jaylen Harrell, a linebacker who is now at Michigan. Austin Dean, a Rutgers commit, can play on the line or at linebacker. So can Tre Reader. Their flexibility to play multiple positions will be key in filling in certain spots. James Kavouklis will help anchor the line and Damien Henderson, DJ Hooker and Henry Ferrelli will man the secondary.

9. Chamberlain 

Last season: 7-5 (lost in region final)

Up next: vs. Gaither

After an uneven regular season, the Chiefs put it together in the postseason last year, winning twice before falling to Jesuit in the region final. That late season push gave Chamberlain some much-needed momentum heading into the offseason. Offensively, the Chiefs will rely on Antony Guzman to once again power the running game. JT Anderson, Desman Hearns and Antonio Jamison are all versatile enough to play on both sides of the ball as receivers and defensive backs. Enzo Tedesco takes over at quarterback. The defense is led by lineman Deric Coley and defensive backs Jaylen Martin and Jalen McClendon. Chamberlain can usually win the field position battle thanks to the booming kickoffs and punts from Marcus Ashwood. 

10. Steinbrenner

Last season: 12-2 (lost in state semifinals)

Up next: vs. Tampa Bay Tech

The Warriors are coming off their best season in school history. To duplicate that state semifinal run, Steinbrenner has to replace a solid senior nucleus that brought the program to new heights. The biggest task is replacing quarterback Haden Carlson, who won the Guy Toph Award as the top player in Hillsborough County and is now at FIU. The competition to replace him still is going with four candidates — Bryce Lowe, Griff Wiltse, Josh Iglesias, Steven Werking and Ty Robinson — all vying to be the starter. They will have the luxury of handing off and throwing to Deon Silas, an Iowa State commit. Jett Law also is a dependable receiver. The defense has the most veterans with lineman Garet Cates, linebackers Austin Brannen, TJ Hubbell and defensive back Matthew Durrance all returning. 

11. Newsome

Last season: 8-3 (lost in region quarterfinals)

Up next: at Durant

The Wolves will stick with their earthbound approach on offense. After all, their run-oriented attack helped them reach the playoffs for the first time since 2012 last season. Jason Albritton, who ran for more than 1,400 yards and scored 14 touchdowns on the ground last season, returns as the featured back. He can run behind Thomas Heeps, the veteran among the offensive linemen. Max Paplin, a tight end, can help as a pass-catcher or blocker. Defensively, Newsome is led by linebacker Cade Huffman. The special teams are in good shape with Ryan Eckley handling the kicking chores. 

12. Hillsborough

Last season: 8-3 (lost in region quarterfinals)

Up next: at Armwood (Sept. 25)

The Terriers have as much talent as anyone, but the question is how much rust will they have to shake off after having to cancel their first two games because of a player testing positive for the coronavirus. The running game is a strength with Jordaan Bailey, Joseph Sipp Jr. and Erriyon Knighton all returning. Knighton has the nation’s fastest time in the 100 (10.29 seconds) and 200 (20.33) among high school athletes this year. Those trio of backs will rely on lineman Tyler Menard to clear paths.  

13. Jefferson 

Last season: 5-5

Up next: at Middleton

There have been so many setbacks the Dragons had to endure, from a slew of skill players transferring elsewhere to cancelling their opener after a player tested positive for coronavirus. Once Jefferson is able to play in two weeks, it can turn to its ground game for offensive production, especially with Jeremiah Burnett and Malik Mazion both returning. The passing game also is in good hands with Gage Wilcox, a Florida commit who caught 20 passes last year, seven going for touchdowns. 

14. Carrollwood Day (1-0)

Last week: d. Northside Christian 37-6

Up next: vs. Calvary Christian

The Patriots new arrivals all made big impacts in the opener. Tight ends Michael Trigg and Tony Livingston, who came over from Seffner Christian, each had touchdown receptions, along with freshman receiver Bredell Richardson. There is enough talent, most via transfers, that can help Carrollwood Day go from winless a year ago to serious state title contender. The Patriots will be tested this week when they host Calvary Christian. 

15. Robinson 

Last season: 3-7

Up next: at Brandon

Sure, the Knight went won only three games a year ago and finished the season on a five-game losing streak. But there is the potential for a big turnaround. Levi McAfee, who led the team in receiving yards (368) and in interceptions (seven), is back. So is quarterback Rickeem Parks, the younger brother of Gaither running back and Utah commit Ricky Parks. But it is the youngest of the Parks siblings who could have the biggest impact. Arkese, a freshman, was a youth league sensation and will be inserted as the starting tailback in Friday’s opener.

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Thursday (Oct. 14)

Seffner Christian 49, St. Petersburg Catholic 0

Gibbs 38, Tarpon Springs 7

Clearwater 61, Anclote 6

Pinellas Park 49, Hollins 6

Friday (Oct. 15)

Lakewood 56, Hardee 21

Dunedin 32, Gulf 31

Zephyrhills Christian 52, North Florida Educational Institute 12

Boca Ciega 21, Northeast 13

Geneva Classical 50, Hernando Christian 31

Lakeside Christian 64, World of Knowledge 6

Shorecrest 61, Academy at the Lakes 7

Alonso 46, Palm Harbor University 39

Steinbrenner 24, East Lake 14

Indian Rocks Christian 35, Sarasota Out-of-Door 21

Northside Christian 56, Keswick Christian 7

Oasis 21, Bishop McLaughlin 18

Sarasota Cardinal Mooney 27, Cambridge Christian 7

River Ridge 57, Fivay 14

Plant 35, Riverview 16

Tampa Bay Tech 34, Wiregrass Ranch 12

Chamberlain 42, Robinson 14

Berkeley Prep 30, Lakeland Victory Christian 0

Armwood 19, Bloomingdale 8

Sumner 64, Brandon 0

Braden River 32, Clearwater Central Catholic 29

Jesuit 24, Jefferson 0

Seminole 24, St. Petersburg 21

Wharton 42, Strawberry Crest 6

Gaither 37, Sickles 0

Largo 35, Mitchell 28

Tampa Catholic 58, Land O’ Lakes 21

Springstead 48, Central 0

Bradenton Manatee 34, Lennard 26

Durant 29, Plant City 6

Zephyrhills 44, Cypress Creek 3

Hillsborough 78, Blake 0

Belleview 58, Pasco 6

Palmetto 19, East Bay 13

Sunlake 44, Freedom 26

Nature Coast 64, Hudson 57

Wesley Chapel 35, Weeki Wachee 0

Middleton 44, King 7

Bradenton Southeast 39, Spoto 0

Lakeland Kathleen 24, Hernando 0

Prime time performers

LB/TE Justin Anderson, Sr., Hillsborough: Had three tackles for loss, a sack, a forced fumble and a recovered fumble on defense and scored once on offense in a win over Blake.

QB Jake Bechtel, Jr., East Lake: Threw for 243 yards and a touchdown in a loss to Steinbrenner. 

CB Michael Boone, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech: Returned the opening kickoff of the second half 75 yards for a touchdown in a win over Wiregrass Ranch. 

DL Keyon Clark, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech: Recorded two sacks in a win over Wiregrass Ranch. 

QB Anthony Colandrea, Sr., Lakewood: Threw for 430 yards and six touchdowns in a win over Hardee. 

DB Jayden Cornelius, Fr., Durant: Picked off two passes in a win over Plant City. 

RB Christian Cromer, So., Nature Coast: Ran for 379 yards and four touchdowns on 24 carries in a win over Hudson.

QB Ethan Fahey, Sr., Nature Coast: Ran for 200 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries and threw for 100 and another score in a win over Hudson.

LB Niko Ferrero, So., Mitchell: Recorded seven tackles and had a sack and a fumble recovery in a loss to Largo.

ATH Chris Ferrini, Sr., Mitchell: Ran for 62 yards and two touchdowns on offense and had nine tackles on defense in a loss to Largo.

DL/LB MJ Harrell, Sr., Boca Ciega: Returned an interception for a touchdown in the second half that gave the Pirates the cushion they needed to beat previously undefeated Northeast. 

QB Gavin Henley, Sr., Lennard: Threw for 212 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another 79 and a score in a loss to Bradenton Manatee.

WR/CB Michael Jelks, So., Dunedin: Had four catches for 172 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Gulf. 

ATH Nate Johnson, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic: Had two long touchdown runs in a loss to Braden River. 

QB Luke Knight, So., Jesuit: Threw for two touchdowns in a win over Jefferson. 

QB Jack Lennon, Sr., Plant: Threw for 146 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another 55 in a win over Riverview.

WR Colin MacLean, Sr., East Lake: Hauled in a 64 yard pass for a touchdown in a loss to Steinbrenner. 

QB Aidan MacLean, Sr., Clearwater: Completed all six of his passes for 156 yards and five touchdowns in a win over Anclote. 

RB Mario Mayo, Jr., Tampa Catholic: Ran for 215 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries in a win over Land O’ Lakes. 

RB Lance Miller, Sr., Dunedin: Ran for 149 yards on 19 carries in a win over Gulf. 

WR Ha’Keem Monoe, Sr., Lennard: Had five catches for 57 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Bradenton Manatee.

RB Markese Norfleet, Jr., Northeast: Ran for more than 100 yards and a touchdown in a loss to Boca Ciega. 

QB Rickeem Parks, Sr., Wharton: Ran for two touchdowns and threw for another in a win over Strawberry Crest. 

RB Chris Perkins, Sr., Plant: Ran for 91 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries in a win over Riverview.

DE/RB Deondre Randall, Sr., Largo: Recorded three sacks, forced two fumbles and recovered one that was returned for a touchdown on defense and scored two rushing touchdowns on offense in a win over Mitchell. 

QB Brady Shaffer, So., Palm Harbor University: Threw for 152 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Alonso.

QB Parker Stirnkorb, Jr., Dunedin: Threw for 260 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Gulf. 

DB RJ Stroud, Jr., Armwood: Returned an interception for a touchdown that helped clinch a win over Bloomingdale. 

RB Jaylin Thomas, Sr., Zephyrhills: Ran for 145 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries added another score on a reception, all in the first quarter, of a win over Cypress Creek.

P Griffin Wiltse, Sr., Steinbrenner: Averaged 47 yards on his three punts in a win over East Lake.

RB Luke Yoder, Jr., Palm Harbor University: Ran for 151 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries in a loss to Alonso.

QB Hunter Young, Sr., Hudson: Accounted for eight touchdowns (five passing, three rushing), as well as a 2-point conversion, in a loss to Nature Coast.

Up next

Thursday (Oct. 21)

Springstead at Lecanto, 7

Friday (Oct. 22)

Lakeside Christian at Foundation Christian, 4

Osceola at St. Petersburg, 7

Keswick Christian at Mount Dora Christian, 7

Clearwater Central Catholic at Kissimmee Gateway, 7

Pinellas Park at Palm Harbor University, 7

Sunlake at Countryside, 7

St. Petersburg Catholic at Bishop McLaughlin, 7

Tarpon Springs at Clearwater, 7

Academy at the Lakes at Ocala St. John Lutheran, 7

Legacy Charter at Indian Rocks Christian, 7

Seffner Christian at St. Joseph Academy, 7

Calvary Chapel Academy at Canterbury, 7

Cambridge Christian at Carrollwood Day, 7

Seminole at Boca Ciega, 7

Hollins at Northeast, 7

Lakeland Christian at Calvary Christian, 7

Winter Haven at Tampa Catholic, 7

Lennard at Jefferson, 7:30

Blake at Jesuit, 7:30

Middleton at Durant, 7:30

Sickles at Largo, 7:30

Hillsborough at King, 7:30

Gulf at Gibbs, 7:30

Dunedin at Anclote, 7:30

Hudson at Wesley Chapel, 7:30

Wiregrass Ranch at Armwood, 7:30

Gaither at Leto, 7:30

Zephyrhills Christian at Bradenton Christian, 7:30

Land O’ Lakes at Pasco, 7:30

Riverview at Newsome, 7:30

Chamberlain at Steinbrenner, 7:30

Gainesville Christian Community at Hernando Christian, 7:30

Tampa Bay Tech at Wharton, 7:30

Plant at Plant City, 7:30

East Bay at Bradenton Manatee, 7:30

Sumner at Braden River, 7:30

Brandon at Spoto, 7:30

Freedom at Fivay, 7:30

Cypress Creek at Weeki Wachee, 7:30

Zephyrhills at Nature Coast, 7:30

Robinson at Alonso, 7:30

Palmetto at Bloomingdale, 7:30

Berkeley Prep at New Orleans Newman, 7

Clearwater Academy at McCallie (Tenn.), 7:30

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Final Lakewood 56, Hardee 21

Final Dunedin 32, Gulf 31

Final Zephyrhills Christian 52, North Florida Educational Institute 12

Final Boca Ciega 21, Northeast 13

Final Alonso 46, Palm Harbor University 39

Final Steinbrenner 24, East Lake 14

Final Indian Rocks Christian 35, Sarasota Out-of-Door 21

Final Sarasota Cardinal Mooney 27, Cambridge Christian 7

Final River Ridge 57, Fivay 14

Final Plant 35, Riverview 16

Final Tampa Bay Tech 34, Wiregrass Ranch 12

Final Chamberlain 42, Robinson 14

Final Berkeley Prep 30, Lakeland Victory Christian 0

Final Armwood 19, Bloomingdale 8

Final Sumner 64, Brandon 0

Final Braden River 32, Clearwater Central Catholic 29

Final Jesuit 24, Jefferson 0

Final Seminole 24, St. Petersburg 21

Final Wharton 42, Strawberry Crest 6

Final Gaither 37, Sickles 0

Final Largo 35, Mitchell 28

Final Tampa Catholic 58, Land O’ Lakes 21

Final Bradenton Manatee 34, Lennard 26

Final Durant 29, Plant City 6

Final Zephyrhills 44, Cypress Creek 3

Final Hillsborough 78, Blake 0

Final Belleview 58, Pasco 6

Final Palmetto 19, East Bay 13

Final Sunlake 44, Freedom 26

Final Nature Coast 64, Hudson 57

Final Wesley Chapel 35, Weeki Wachee 0

Final Middleton 44, King 7

Final Bradenton Southeast 39, Spoto 0

Final Lakeland Kathleen 24, Hernando 0

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Must-see matchups

Northeast (6-0) at Boca Ciega (4-2), 7

A win would all but clinch the Class 6A, District 11 title for the Vikings. That could be tough considering Northeast is dealing with some injuries. 

Putnam’s prediction: Boca Ciega 21-20

Steinbrenner (3-4) at East Lake (2-5), 7

The winner becomes the overwhelming favorite to take the Class 8A, District 11 title. 

Putnam’s prediction: Steinbrenner 17-13

Armwood (4-2) at Bloomingdale (3-3), 7:30

The Hawks won both meetings in 2019. The Bulls won both meetings last season. The stakes are not as high this time around with neither team in the same district but still a riveting rivalry. 

Putnam’s prediction: Armwood 27-21

Nature Coast (4-2) at Hudson (5-1), 7:30

The Sharks already have a loss in Class 5A, District 9 play and cannot afford another if they want to stay within striking distance of the Cobras and Zephyrhills at the top of the standings. 

Putnam’s prediction: Nature Coast 24-21

Largo (2-4) at Mitchell (6-1), 7:30

This is a must-win for the Packers to have any shot at the Class 7A, District 9 title.

Putnam’s prediction: Mitchell 20-14

Tampa Bay Tech (6-0) at Wiregrass Ranch (4-1), 7:30

A Titans win would set up a showdown with Wharton next week to decide the Class 7A, District 10 title. This matchups features two differing styles on offense with Tampa Bay Tech’s ground attack going up against the Bulls’ aerial assault.  

Putnam’s prediction: Tampa Bay Tech 28-21

Plant City (4-2) at Durant (6-1), 7:30

The host Cougars already have a loss in Class 8A, District 10 and cannot afford another one to keep their title hopes alive. 

Putnam’s prediction: Durant 17-16

Tampa Catholic (3-2) at Land O’ Lakes (6-0), 7:30

This is the Gators’ toughest test so far this season, one that could end up derailing their perfect regular season. 

Putnam’s prediction: Tampa Catholic 34-28

East Bay (5-1) at Palmetto (2-3), 7:30

A pivotal Class 7A, District 11 matchup the visiting Indians need to keep their district title hopes alive. 

Putnam’s prediction: Palmetto 14-13 

Braden River (5-0) at Clearwater Central Catholic (4-2), 7:30

The tough schedule continues for the Marauders who face the undefeated the Pirates. 

Putnam’s prediction: Clearwater Central Catholic 21-16

The remaining schedule

Bishop McLaughlin at Oasis, 7

Putnam’s prediction: Bishop McLaughlin 21-19

Cambridge Christian at Sarasota Cardinal Mooney, 7

Putnam’s prediction: Sarasota Cardinal Mooney 38-20

Berkeley Prep at Lakeland Victory Christian, 7

Putnam’s prediction: Berkeley Prep 34-7

Indian Rocks Christian at Sarasota Out-of-Door, 7

Putnam’s prediction: Indian Rocks Christian 21-14

Alonso at Palm Harbor University, 7

Putnam’s prediction: Palm Harbor University 16-14

Keswick Christian at Northside Christian, 7

Putnam’s prediction: Northside Christian 37-31

St. Petersburg at Seminole, 7

Putnam’s prediction: Seminole 28-7

Academy at the Lakes at Shorecrest, 7

Putnam’s prediction: Shorecrest 35-21

Zephyrhills Christian at North Florida Educational Institute, 7

Putnam’s prediction: Zephyrhills Christian 42-21

Hardee at Lakewood, 7

Putnam’s prediction: Lakewood 24-6

Central at Springstead, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Springstead 35-0

Bradenton Manatee at Lennard, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Lennard 35-21

Wharton at Strawberry Crest, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Wharton 35-0

Spoto at Bradenton Southeast, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Bradenton Southeast 20-14

Brandon at Sumner, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Sumner 41-7

Zephyrhills at Cypress Creek, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Zephyrhills 27-16

King at Middleton, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: King 28-20

Blake at Hillsborough, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Hillsborough 34-6

Plant at Riverview, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Plant 35-14

Robinson at Chamberlain, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Chamberlain 27-14

Gulf, at Dunedin 7

Putnam’s prediction: Dunedin 21-12

Jesuit at Jefferson, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Jesuit 31-7

Freedom at Sunlake, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Sunlake 21-6

Sickles at Gaither, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Gaither 28-27

Pasco at Belleview, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Belleview 35-0

Fivay at River Ridge, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: River Ridge 41-14

Wesley Chapel at Weeki Wachee, 7:30

Putnam’s prediction: Wesley Chapel 28-0

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