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Armwood at Bloomingdale, 7:30

Seating capacity: Game participants (athletes, cheerleaders, band members) were allowed to select four spectators and submit names by this past Wednesday. They must sit together. 

Masks: Required by all fans

Tickets: Online only through HillsboroughSchools.org/athletics

Live stream: Fans can watch for free at identitytb.com

Outlook: The teams played twice last season with the Hawks prevailing in both. The region semifinal win (28-13) was one of the closest games Armwood had all year. One of the biggest storylines has to do with Bloomingdale receiver Agiye Hall, an Alabama commit who played with the Hawks the past two seasons and is going up against his former team. He is part of an influx of transfers that helped the Bulls solidify an already talented roster. Armwood still has plenty of playmakers. Cam’Ron Ransom is back at quarterback. So is receiver Charles Montgomery, a Florida commit. Some of the offensive fireworks could be doused by two of the best defenses in the area. A big key will be how well Bloomingdale’s offensive line does in containing Hawks defensive tackle Desmond Watson, a Florida recruit. 

Pinkos pick: Armwood by 31

Putnam’s prediction: Armwood 20-16

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Clearwater at Jesuit, 7:30

Seating capacity: Each team was given an allotment of tickets to distribute to families in advance. 

Masks: Required

Tickets: Sold out

Live stream: Fans can watch by going to Jesuit’s football Facebook page

Outlook: This was a defensive slugfest last year with the Tornadoes coming through on a goal line stand to preserve the win. Both defenses are still as stingy as ever. The offenses will look a little different, especially at quarterback. Joe Pesansky took over quarterbacking duties for the Tigers and threw for more than 200 yards and three touchdowns in last week’s win over Fort Myers Bishop Verot. Kamrhen Simpkins, a transfer from Largo, is now Clearwater’s signal caller. 

Pinkos pick: Jesuit by 13

Putnam’s prediction: Clearwater 14-13

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Clearwater Central Catholic at Tampa Catholic, 7

Seating capacity: 500

Masks: Fans need to bring one but only have to wear it when social distancing cannot be practiced. 

Tickets: Sold out. They were available to players, cheerleaders, Crusaderettes and students at school. 

Live stream: Available through Tampa Catholic’s YouTube and Facebook channels.  

Outlook: This is one of the best rivalries in the area. The Marauders have won the past five meetings, four by double digits. The Crusaders have a ton of returnees, including college-bound seniors such offensive linemen Jordan and Jaden Sandlin (FAU), lineman/tight end Cole Essek (Appalachian State) and defensive back DD Snyder (Illinois). CCC, meanwhile, had 20 players graduate from last year’s team and could start as many as 15 sophomores. Still, it is a talented and explosive group. 

Pinkos pick: Tampa Catholic by 3

Putnam’s prediction: Tampa Catholic 20-19

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Tampa Bay Tech at Steinbrenner, 7:30

Seating capacity: Game participants (athletes, cheerleaders, band members) were allowed to select four spectators and submit names by this past Wednesday. They must sit together. 

Masks: Required by all fans

Tickets: Online only through HillsboroughSchools.org/athletics

Live stream: Fans can watch for free at identitytb.com

Outlook: The key matchup will be the Warriors defense, led by lineman Garret Cates, linebackers Austin Brannen and TJ Hubbell and defensive back Matthew Durrance, going up against the Titans passing game, powered by quarterback David Wright and receivers Greg Gaines and Jamari Gassett. 

Pinkos pick: Tampa Bay Tech by 3

Putnam’s prediction: Tampa Bay Tech 27-21

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Calvary Christian at Carrollwood Day, 7

Seating capacity: N/A

Masks: N/A

Tickets: N/A

Live stream: N/A

Outlook: The Patriots, winless last year, broke that streak by beating Northside Christian in last week’s season opener. The roster is completely different with Carrollwood Day benefitting from the addition of several high-profile transfers, including tight end Michael Trigg, a four-star prospect. Calvary Christian has just as much firepower with running back Kai Martin and receiver Richie Ilarraza, a Howard commit, both returning. It will be up to the defenses to stop this one from becoming a shootout. 

Pinko’s pick: Calvary Christian by 32

Putnam’s prediction: Calvary Christian 35-21

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Gaither at Chamberlain, 7:30

Seating capacity: Game participants (athletes, cheerleaders, band members) were allowed to select four spectators and submit names by this past Wednesday. They must sit together. 

Masks: Required by all fans

Tickets: Online only through HillsboroughSchools.org/athletics

Live stream: NFHS Network 

Outlook: The rivals will play twice this year. This one was a late addition after their scheduled opponents, Jefferson and Hillsborough, had to cancel because of a player testing positive for coronavirus. The Cowboys 33-28 win last year snapped a two-game losing streak in the series.Jayden Mendez had a monster game with six catches for 158 yards and three touchdowns. The Chiefs’ Antony Guzman also played well, rushing for more than 90 yards and scoring twice.

Pinko’s pick: Gaither by 25

Putnam’s prediction: Gaither 30-21

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Fivay at River Ridge, 7:30

Seating capacity: There are a limited number of tickets guaranteed for each team. Fans are encouraged to go to their school’s website for more information. 

Masks: Required at all times

Tickets: gofan.com

Live stream: NFHS Network

Outlook: The Royal Knights are 5-1 in the series and have won the past four meetings, including three by shutouts. But the Falcons made dramatic improvements last season, going 7-3 and just missing the playoffs. Melvin Rivera, who had 112 tackles last season, returns at linebacker for Fivay and will be tasked with stopping River Ridge’s passing game, led by quarterback Trenton Hawks.

Pinkos pick: River Ridge by 20

Putnam’s prediction: River Ridge 34-19 

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Pinellas Park at Largo, 7

Seating capacity: Reduced to 25 percent

Masks: Required and must be worn during the game

Tickets: Online only through www.gofan.co

Livestream: NFHS Network or for free at identitytb.com

Outlook: After years of playing in the spring, the two teams met in the regular season last year. The Patriots relied on their running game to win 22-18. Expect another heavy dose of the ground game by Pinellas Park, only this time it will be done by committee rather than with Lawrance Toafili, now a freshman at Florida State. It will be to the Gurney twins, Garrett and Connor, and Zayvion McCluster to stop them. 

Pinko’s pick: Largo by 3

Putnam’s prediction: Pinellas Park 14-13

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Sunlake at Wesley Chapel, 7:30

Seating capacity: There are a limited number of tickets guaranteed for each team. Fans are encouraged to go to their school’s website for more information. 

Masks: Required at all times

Tickets: gofan.com

Live stream: NFHS Network

Outlook: This is one of the area’s most competitive series. The Seahawks lead the series 5-4, including shutouts the past two seasons. The Wildcats do come in with some momentum after winning four of their final six games last season. 

Pinkos pick: Wesley Chapel by 6

Putnam’s prediction: Wesley Chapel 20-14

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Sarasota Riverview at East Lake, 7:30

Seating capacity: Reduced to 25 percent

Masks: Required and must be worn during the game

Tickets: Online only through www.gofan.co

Livestream: NFHS Network

Outlook: The Eagles were supposed to play rival Palm Harbor University but had to switch opponents after a Hurricanes player tested positive for coronavirus. East Lake still is searching for a permanent replacement for quarterback Matt Trotto, who graduated. Four quarterbacks — Jake Bechtel, Mark Brady and Aidan MacLean — will all see playing time against the Rams.

Pinko’s pick: Riverview by 10

Putnam’s prediction: East Lake 21-17

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Durant at Newsome, 7:30

Seating capacity: Game participants (athletes, cheerleaders, band members) were allowed to select four spectators and submit names by this past Wednesday. They must sit together. 

Masks: Required by all fans

Tickets: Online only through HillsboroughSchools.org/athletics

Live stream: NFHS Network

Outlook: If you like running games, this is the rivalry game for you. The Wolves might be better equipped for that earthbound approach, thanks to the return of Jason Albritton, who ran for more than 1,400 yards last season.

Pinko’s pick: Newsome by 14

Putnam’s prediction: Newsome 27-14

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Sickles at East Bay, 7:30

Seating capacity: Game participants (athletes, cheerleaders, band members) were allowed to select four spectators and submit names by this past Wednesday. They must sit together. 

Masks: Required by all fans

Tickets: Online only through HillsboroughSchools.org/athletics

Live stream: NFHS Network

Outlook: Last season’s meeting was a nailbiter with the Indians scoring a touchdown in the first half then holding for a 7-6 victory. This could be another low scoring affair. East Bay should be strong on defense with lineman Ethan Lyons and linebackers Nathan Carter, Jordan Kow and Greg Graham all returning. They will try to stop a Gryphons offense led by quarterback Brandon Dessi, running back Anthony Vega and linemen Nohl Settlemire and Luke Barrow.   

Pinko’s pick: East Bay by 3

Putnam’s prediction: East Bay 16-14

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Clearwater Academy at Brentwood (Tenn.) Academy, 7

Outlook: It’s becoming a trend for area teams to travel to on powerhouse Brentwood Academy. Clearwater Central Catholic did it last year and lost. The Knights, who have a loaded roster, have the talent to win and help put their program on the national map. 

Pinko’s pick: Clearwater Academy by 7

Putnam’s prediction: Clearwater Academy 28-14

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The remaining schedule

Keswick Christian at Bishop McLaughlin, 7

Pinko’s pick: Keswick Christian by 14

Putnam’s prediction: Keswick Christian 17-13

Zephyrills Christian at Bradenton Christian, 7

Pinko’s pick: Zephyrhills Christian by 3

Putnam’s prediction: Zephyrhills Christian 21-7

Cambridge Christian at Northside Christian, 7

Pinko’s pick: Cambridge Christian by 49

Putnam’s prediction: Cambridge Christian 28-21

Dunedin at St. Pete Catholic, 7

Pinko’s pick: Dunedin by 3

Putnam’s prediction: Dunedin 27-10 

Cypress Creek at Osceola, 7

Pinko’s pick: Cypress Creek by 7

Putnam’s prediction: Cypress Creek 21-7

Gibbs at Lakewood, 7

Pinko’s pick: Lakewood by 59

Putnam’s prediction: Lakewood 49-7

Wiregrass Ranch at St. Petersburg, 7

Pinko’s pick: Wiregrass Ranch by 28

Putnam’s prediction: Wiregrass Ranch 34-13

Leto at Alonso, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: Alonso by 20

Putnam’s prediction: Alonso 20-6

Middleton at Blake, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: Blake by 3

Putnam’s prediction: Middleton 14-12

Brandon at Robinson, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: Robinson by 21

Putnam’s prediction: Robinson 37-7

Wharton at Freedom, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: Wharton by 25

Putnam’s prediction: Wharton 33-14

Strawberry Crest at King, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: King by 14

Putnam’s prediction: King 7-6

Lennard at Plant, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: Plant by 4

Putnam’s prediction: Lennard 28-21

Riverview at Plant City, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: Plant City by 21

Putnam’s prediction: Plant City 35-13

Spoto at Sumner, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: Spoto by 21

Putnam’s prediction: Spoto 13-6

Anclote at Hudson, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: Anclote by 6

Putnam’s prediction: Anclote 21-20

Pasco at Auburndale, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: Auburndale by 31

Putnam’s prediction: Auburndale 24-10

Seffner Christian at Lakeland Christian, 7:30

Pinko’s pick: Lakeland Christian by 7

Putnam’s prediction: Lakeland Christian 28-14

Shorecrest at All Saints Academy, 7

Pinko’s pick: All Saints by 37

Putnam’s prediction: All Saints 42-21

Bell Creek Academy at Indian Rocks Christian, 7

Pinko’s pick: IRC by 19

Putnam’s prediction: IRC 30-21

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Scoreboard

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.

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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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