Friday night rewind


Jesuit 25, Berkeley Prep 14

Bloomingdale 25, Tampa Bay Tech 22

Lakewood 10, Braden River 3

Weeki Wachee 25, Citrus 0

Plant 42, Sickles 41

Carrollwood Day 42, Fort White 0

Cambridge Christian 42, Evangelical Christian 3

Keswick Christian 34, Santa Fe 7

Palmetto 37, Largo 6

Calvary Christian 42, IMG White 10

Mitchell 61, Cypress Creek 3

Nature Coast 60, Central 0

Sebring 21, Clearwater Central Catholic 15

Sumner 22, Strawberry Crest 6

Lennard 21, Alonso 3

Tampa Catholic 35, Zephyrhills 7

Wesley Chapel 34, Hudson 0

Jefferson 53, Spoto 0

Robinson 45, Freedom 6

Fivay 49, Anclote 24

Bishop McLaughlin 42, Seven Rivers Christian 7

Armwood 56, Hillsborough 10

Middleton 40, Brandon 0

Seffner Christian 21, North Fla. Educational 7

Prime time teams

Bishop McLaughlin: Under first-year coach Ken Stills, the Hurricanes are 3-0 for the first time in program history after beating Seven Rivers Christian 42-7 

Bloomingdale: Down 22-0 in the third quarter, the Bulls showed their resolve with a furious rally. They completed the comeback on a 33-yard touchdown pass with no time remaining to pull out a dramatic 25-22 win over Tampa Bay Tech to remain undefeated.

Jesuit: It was ugly. It was turnover-filled. But it was a win. That’s all that matters to the Tigers, who remain unbeaten after fighting through some adversity — and a 14-0 deficit — to beat Berkeley Prep 25-14.

Pasco: After losing 33-0 to Auburndale in the season opener, the Pirates have done a nice job of turning things around. Pasco has blanked its last two opponents, the latest coming against Hollins on Friday.  

Plant: In danger of starting 0-3 for the second straight year, the Panthers found a way to get it done, scoring with little more than a minute remaining to beat Sickles 42-41. It was the first win for new coach Cyril Brockmeier, who took over for the legendary Robert Weiner. 

Sumner: Another game. Another win for the first-year school. The Stingrays remain perfect in their inaugural season by beating Strawberry Crest 22-6.  

Wiregrass Ranch: The Bulls needed a boost after losing a heartbreaker to Clearwater Central Catholic last week. They got it by showing off their potent passing attack to beat rival River Ridge 41-21. 

Prime time performers

QB Rocco Becht, Jr., Wiregrass Ranch: The second-year starter threw six touchdown passes, tying a Pasco County single-game record shared by four others.

WR Agiye Hall, Sr., Bloomingdale: The Bulls faced fourth-and-forever. They needed a touchdown to win. Hall made sure they got it. The Alabama commit did his best Randy Moss impersonation, outleaping three other defenders on a 33-yard touchdown reception on the final play to beat Tampa Bay Tech. 

WR/DB London Hall, Jr., Calvary Christian: The versatile playmaker rushed for a touchdown and scored on a 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. 

QB John Owens, Jr., Plant: Made his case to be the full-time starter by throwing for four touchdowns, the last with just more than a minute remaining to beat Sickles.

QB Cam’Ron Ransom, Sr., Armwood: Threw for two touchdowns and ran for more two more before sitting most of the fourth quarter in a 56-10 rout over Hillsborough.

QB Tre Simmons, Sr., Bloomingdale: During the Bulls comeback, Simmons threw three touchdown passes, the last going to Agiye Hall on the final play to beat Tampa Bay Tech.