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The scoreboard

Jesuit 55, Robinson 14

Tampa Bay Tech 48, Armwood 47

Calvary Christian 35, Victory Christian 14

Tampa Catholic 34, Winter Haven 26

Wiregrass Ranch 53, East Bay 21

Plant City 30, Strawberry 0

St. Petersburg Catholic 49, Sarasota Out-of-Door 42

Cambridge Christian 42, Jordan Christian Prep 0

Indian Rocks Christian 35, Santa Fe Catholic 7

Jefferson 57, Brandon 0

Zephyrhills 20, North Florida Educational 12

Carrollwood Day 59, AAC 18

East Lake 46, Sickles 28

Tarpon Springs 16, Gulf 0

Chaminade 44, Clearwater Academy 34

Clearwater 27, Countryside 7

Nature Coast 15, Springstead 3

CCC 16, Cardinal Mooney 13

Crystal River 46, Central 0

Dunedin 49, Cypress Creek 28

Seffner Christian 42, Avon Park 0

Pinellas Park 29, Sunlake 0

Mitchell 42, Leto 8

Ridge Community 44, Lennard 22

Hillsborough 62, Spoto 0

Palm Harbor University 26, Plant 0

Bloomingdale 43, Kathleen 6

CFCA 55, Bishop McLaughlin 14

Bradenton Christian 59, Northside Christian 20

Gaither 56, Land O’ Lakes 0

Lake Minneola 41, Pasco 3

AATL 20, Shorecrest 13

King 14, Middleton 10

Lecanto 26, Weeki Wachee 21

Chamberlain 29, Gibbs 14

Steinbrenner 45, Blake 12

River Ridge 39, Wesley Chapel 10

Zephyrhills 48, Anclote 0

Wharton 44, Alonso 17

Lakeland 35, Durant 0

Hudson 48, Parrish 12

Hernando 44, Citrus 6

Fivay 36, Freedom 20

Newsome 64, Haines City 13

Prime time teams

Tampa Bay Tech: After losing to Bloomingdale and Plant City each on the final play of regulation, the Titans finally pulled one out on the last play, beating Armwood 48-47. Tampa Bay did it by rallying from a 20-point halftime deficit. It marks the second time in the past four years the Titans have knocked off the Hawks. 

Jesuit: A battle of unbeatens turned out to be no contest as the Tigers rolled to a 55-6 halftime lead before putting on the breaks in a 55-14 win over Robinson. Six of Jesuit’s seven wins have been by double digits. Though the final three regular season games are on the road, the Tigers have a good shot at staying undefeated heading into the playoffs. 

Calvary Christian: In what was their biggest test of the season, the Warriors jumped out to a 21-0 halftime lead on defending Class 2A state semifinalist Lakeland Victory Christian and cruised to a 35-14 win to remain undefeated. 

Pinellas Park: After losing two of their last three games, the Patriots bounced back with a 29-0 win over Sunlake to get above .500. The key was a rushing attack that racked up more than 300 yards. 

Gaither: The Cowboys have posted three straight shutouts and have given up a combined 20 points all season. That unit was so dominant, it allowed Land O’ Lakes to reach midfield just once in a 56-0 victory.  

River Ridge: The Royal Knights success is due in large part to their defense. In River Ridge’s four wins this season, it has allowed just 16 points. 

Tampa Catholic: In their first game since losing to rival Berkeley Prep, the Crusaders bounced back in a big way, beating Winter Haven 34-24. The defense led the way by picking off four passes. 

Wharton: Under first-year coach Mike Williams, the Wildcats are off to one of their best starts in school history. Defense is a big reason for the 5-0 start. Wharton has allowed just 23 points all season.  

Prime time performers

RB/DB Austin Blanford, Sr., Fivay: Not only did Blanford have 10 tackles on defense, but he also ran for a touchdown and returned a punt for another score in a win over Freedom

RB Jyree Dodson, Dunedin: Rushed for 220 yards on 11 carries in a win over Cypress Creek

RB Kai Martin, Sr., Calvary Christian: Ran for two touchdowns in a win over Lakeland Victory Christian. 

DL Mykel McBurrows, Sr., Pinellas Park: Recorded four sacks in a win over Sunlake

QB Enzo Tedesco, Sr., Chamberlain: Threw for two touchdowns in a win over Gibbs

QB Cam’Ron Ransom, Sr., Armwood: The Georgia Southern commit threw for six touchdowns and ran for another in a loss to Tampa Bay Tech

QB Joe Pesansky, Sr., Jesuit: Completed 11 of his 14 passes for 323 and two touchdowns and ran for another score in a win over Robinson.  

WR Mario Williams, Sr., Plant City: Had four catches for 124 yards and a touchdown in win over Strawberry Crest. 

QB David Wright, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech: The veteran had five touchdown passes, all in the second half, to lead a furious rally in a win over Armwood. 

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Flag Football

Sydney Stout reaches 100 touchdown passes — this season



Robinson quarterback Sydney Stout reached an impressive milestone with her 100th touchdown pass on Monday.   

That is not a career mark.

Stout reached that total this season.

The senior already had shattered the flag football single-season state record of 79 touchdown passes and entered the Class 2A region final needing just three touchdowns to hit triple digits. 

No problem. 

Stout threw four touchdown passes — in the first half. 

She added another in the second half to give her 102, a number that will continue to grow. 

After all, the Knights beat Lecanto 34-0 in the region final. Robinson, which has won state titles in five of the past six seasons (the 2020 season was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic), advances to the state semifinals on Friday. Stout could end up playing in two more games if the Knights keep their state title streak intact. 

And there’s a good chance of that happening considering Robinson has outscored foes by a combined 816-50 this year.  

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College Football

Former PHU/UCF star Jacob Harris goes to Rams in 4th round



Jacob Harris, a former star at Palm Harbor University and Central Florida, was taken in the fourth round by the Los Angeles Rams.

Harris, a former soccer standout who did not start playing organized football until senior year at Palm Harbor University, has gone through a meteoric rise to become a sleeper pick in this year’s draft.

He started off as a walk-on at Western Kentucky before transferring to UCF. For the past two seasons, Harris was a dependable receiver for the Knights. As a senior, he had 30 catches for 539 yards and eight touchdowns.

Harris’ most memorable game came against USF this past season when he had five catches for 110 yards and three touchdowns.

With the Rams, Harris will join former East Lake star Tyler Higbee in a group of tight ends that features plenty of locals.  

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College Football

The local list of potential NFL picks



The NFL Draft concludes Saturday. Plenty of locals have the potential to be picked. Below is the list of former area stars who could hear their name called. All were either on mock drafts or were selected to an all-star game or NFL Combine. 

Photos courtesy of UCF Athletics

TE Jacob Harris, Palm Harbor University/UCF

Harris, a former soccer standout who did not start playing organized football until senior year at Palm Harbor University, has gone through a meteoric rise to become a sleeper pick in this year’s draft. He started off as a walk-on at Western Kentucky before transferring to UCF. For the past two seasons, Harris was a dependable receiver for the Knights. As a senior, he had 30 catches for 539 yards and eight touchdowns. Harris’ most memorable game came against USF this past season when he had five catches for 110 yards and three touchdowns. 

OL Shane McGough, Gaither/Florida International

The younger brother of former Gaither and FIU quarterback Alex McGough redshirted as a freshman before becoming a consistent starter on the Panthers’ offensive line. He was an all-Conference USA honorable mention selection in 2018 and 2020. This past season, McGough started in four of FIU’s five games as a center.  

WR Antonio Nunn, Jefferson/Buffalo

Nunn, a dynamic deep threat at Jefferson, redshirted his first season at Buffalo before rocketing up the depth chart. He started every game the past two seasons, finishing with a combined 86 catches for 1,271 yards and eight touchdowns. Nunn was a third-team all-MAC selection in 2019 and second-team selection this past season. 

Photo courtesy of Indiana University Athletics

WR Whop Philyor, Plant/Indiana

A first-team, all-state selection at Plant, Philyor became Indiana’s most dependable receiving target during his college career. He finished with 2,316 all-purpose yards (2,067 receiving, 134 rushing, 66 kick return, 49 punt return) in 38 games (22 starts).Philyor also is the Hoosiers’ s all-time leader in double-digit catch games (7), ranks fourth in receptions (180), fourth in 100-yard games (7), ninth in yardage (2,067) and is tied for 16th in touchdowns (12). He capped off his career by setting a Big Ten bowl and Outback Bowl record with 18 receptions for 81 yards. 

DL Justus Reed, CCC/Virginia Tech

A first-team, all-state selection, Reed led Clearwater Central Catholic to its only state final appearance as a senior in 2013. He started out at Florida before spending three seasons at Youngstown State. This past season, Reed transferred to Virginia Tech as a graduate student. He started in 10 of the Hokies’ 11 games, finishing with 28 tackles and 6.5 sacks.  

Photo courtesy of USF Athletics

DB K.J. Sails, East Bay/USF

A highly touted high school recruit, Sails spent his first three years in college at North Carolina before transferring to USF. As a junior, he led the Bulls in interceptions with three and recorded 22 tackles this past season. Sails gained notoriety this past summer when he organized a unity walk during the social justice movement that was attended by about 400 teammates, coaches, administrators and community members.  

Oregon's Jordon Scott/Photo credit: Oregon Athletics
Photo courtesy of Oregon Athletics

DL Jordon Scott, Pinellas Park/Oregon

The three-star high school prospect originally committed to Florida before signing with Oregon. He immediately became a force on the Ducks’ defensive line, earning FWAA freshman all-America honors in 2017. Scott opted to return to Oregon as a senior rather than turn pro and helped the Ducks reach the Pac-12 title game for the second straight season. 

Photo courtesy of TCU Athletics Communications

TE Pro Wells, Hollins/Texas Christian

As a senior at Hollins, Wells had a breakout season, finishing with 31 catches for 952 yards and five touchdowns. He played at Milford Academy and Northwest Mississippi Community College, where he became the No. 4 JUCO tight end in the nation. After redshirting in 2018 at Texas Christian, Wells turned a reliable red-zone target and led the team in touchdown receptions each of the past two seasons. 

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