Cambridge Christian 42, Keswick Christian 7
Palm Harbor University 31, Alonso 17
Tampa Catholic 55, Cypress Creek 7
Bloomingdale 35, Plant City 21
Pinellas Park 28, East Bay 7
Tampa Bay Tech 39, Bartow 14
Jesuit 50, River Ridge 7
Hillsborough 31, Heritage 0
Mitchell 42, Lake Howell 6
Sarasota Riverview 42, Plant 0
Lakewood 26, Astronaut 13
Largo 33, Hollins 0
Viera 35, Sunlake 0
Berkeley Prep 33, Bishop Verot 6
Seffner Christian 21, Zephyrhills Christian 6
Lakeland Christian 41, Calvary Christian 0
Lake Gibson 77, Spoto 0
Chamberlain 40, Wesley Chapel 0
Wharton 34, Riverview 27
Hudson 27, Space Coast 20
Lake Minneola 54, Land O’ Lakes 0
Anclote 42, Central 6
Clearwater 56, St. Petersburg 6
Zephyrhills 26, Weeki Wachee 0
Sarasota Cardinal Mooney 31, CCC 24 (OT)
Gaither 41, Seminole 7
Lakeland Kathleen 27, East Lake 10
Fort Pierce Westwood 28, Middleton 0
Bayside 18, Jefferson 14
Northside Christian 48, Indian Rocks Christian 17
Bishop Moore 42, Nature Coast 14
Lake Wales 48, Gibbs 14
Auburndale 45, King 10
Pasco 9, Lecanto 8
Lakeland George Jenkins 13, Strawberry Crest 0
Deltona 19, Freedom 13
Countryside 21, Springstead 7
Hernando 55, Tarpon Springs 14
Carrollwood Day 39, St. Petersburg Catholic 14
Prime time players
RB/LB Jaiden Bivens, Jr., Cambridge Christian: Ran for 77 yards and two touchdowns on offense and had a team-leading nine tackles and a sack on defense in win over Keswick Christian.
QB Ezra Brennan, Sr., Mitchell: Three of his six completions went for touchdowns in a win over Lake Howell.
RB Contae Cason, Sr., Hernando: Ran for 131 yards and three touchdowns on just seven carries and had a 65-yard reception for a score in a win over Tarpon Springs.
CB Jason Cornwall, Sr., Wharton: Picked off three passes, including one he returned for a touchdown, in a win over Riverview.
DL Mario Eugenio, Jr., Gaither: Recorded six tackles and a sack and scored on a fumble and interception return in a win over Seminole.
WR Greg Gaines III, Jr., Tampa Bay Tech: Finished with 104 yards receiving on four catches, three going for touchdowns in a win over Bartow.
RB Malcolm Gibbs, Sr., Pasco: Ran for 66 yards and had the go-ahead touchdown in a win over Lecanto.
ATH Antonio Jamison, Sr., Chamberlain: Had four catches for 84 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Wesley Chapel.
QB Scott Lynch, So., Northside Christian: Threw for 243 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Northside Christian.
CB Tymar McKever, Sr., Zephyrhills: Recorded an interception and recovered a fumble in a win over Weeki Wachee.
ATH Jordan Oladokun, Sr., Gaither: Caught two passes for 97 yards, both going for touchdowns, and recorded an interception in a win over Seminole.
QB Joe Pesansky, Sr., Jesuit: Threw for 323 yards and five touchdowns in a win over River Ridge.
QB Geramyah Porter, Fr., Anclote: Accounted for 235 yards (140 passing, 95 rushing) and six touchdowns (five passing, one rushing) in a win over Central.
ATH Kadeem Robinson, Sr., Riverview: Accounted for all four of his team’s touchdowns in a loss to Wharton.
RB Zyre Roundtree, Sr., Zephyrhills: Ran for136 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Weeki Wachee.
QB Tre Simmons, Sr., Bloomingdale: Threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more in a win over Plant City.
QB Jack Smitherman, Sr., Lakewood: Completed seven of his nine passes for 218 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Astronaut.
ATH Junior Vandeross, Jr., Jesuit: Had four catches for 207 yards and three touchdowns in a win over River Ridge.
RB Jaydunn Walker, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch: Ran for 111 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Zephyrhills Christian.
DB Josiah Whetzel, So., Countryside: Finished with 12 tackles, a forced fumble and returned an interception for a touchdown in a win over Springstead.
RB Mitchell Wood, Sr., Palm Harbor University: Ran for 218 yards and scored three touchdowns on 25 carries in a win over Alonso.
QB David Wright, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech: Threw for 335 yards and five touchdowns in win over Bartow. He now has a combined 17 touchdown passes in his last four games.
Auden Tate honored
Former Wharton standout Auden Tate, now a wide receiver with the Cincinnati Bengals, attended his alma mater’s Class 8A play-in game against Riverview this past weekend for a ceremony to retire his No. 18 jersey.
Tate played for Wharton from 2011-14. As a senior, he was ranked among the top 25 receivers in the country and had offers from just about every major college program before signing with Florida State.
With the Seminoles, Tate became a dependable target. In 2018, he was selected in the seventh round of the NFL Draft by the Bengals.
Tate was in Pittsburgh for the Bengals game against the Steelers on Sunday. He finished with two catches for 24 yards.
What a catch
Bloomingdale’s Agiye Hall and Plant City’s Mario Williams, two of the nation’s top receivers, met for the second time this season in a 7A play-in game this past weekend.
Both put up impressive stats — again. The Bulls prevailed for the second time, sweeping the season series to move on to the quarterfinals.
Here is how they fared in the two meetings
Agiye Hall, Bloomingdale
National position ranking: 6th (ESPN), 12th (247 Sports), 15th (Rivals).
First matchup stats: 6 receptions, 104 yards, 2 touchdowns (W 37-20))
Second matchup stats: 3 receptions, 64 yards, 1 touchdown (W 35-21)
Mario Williams, Plant City
Ranking: 1st (ESPN), 2nd (Rivals), 16th (247 Sports)
First matchup stats: 6 receptions, 81 yards, 2 touchdowns (L 20-37)
Second matchup stats: 5 receptions, 46 yards (L 21-35)
Wright in verge of record
Tampa Bay Tech quarterback David Wright needs one more touchdown pass to tie the school record of 61 career touchdown passes originally set by Michael Penix Jr., now a star at Indiana. Here are their numbers
Michael Penix Jr.
Games played: 24
Games played: 32
Big time blowouts
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Florida High School Athletic Association decided every team that opted to stay in the state series would qualify for the playoffs this season. There were no district titles or points-based system. Instead, the pairings were determined by a blind draw.
That meant a lot of mismatches, particularly among area teams.
Of the 39 postseason games involving local programs this past weekend, 33 were decided by double digits, including 18 by 30 or more points.