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November Football: Friday Night Rewind

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Thursday (Nov. 4)

Northeast 21, Largo 14

Calvary Christian 49, Bishop McLaughlin 14

Pinellas Park 49, Bradenton Bayshore 21

Hollins 20, Tarpon Springs 12

Friday (Nov. 5)

Jesuit 42, Tampa Catholic 0

Lakeland 13, Lakewood 12

Wharton 35, Sickles 7

Clearwater 47, Boca Ciega 20

Tampa Bay Tech 49, Chamberlain 0

Northside Christian 54, St. Petersburg Catholic 35

Nature Coast 27, Lakeland George Jenkins 0

Citrus 55, Central 6

Palm Harbor University 43, Dunedin 0

Berkeley Prep 43, Plant 14

Clearwater Central Catholic 44, Fort Myers Bishop Verot 14

Zephyrhills 56, Pasco 0

Alonso 28, Middleton 6

Cypress Creek 42, Gulf 7

Belleview 42, Weeki Wachee 0

East Lake 35, Countryside 14

Shorecrest 26, Lakeside Christian 20

Cambridge Christian 24, Orangewood Christian 6

Hudson 23, Fivay 0

Seffner Christian 22, Bradenton Christian 0

East Bay 56, Blake 0

Land O’ Lakes 48, Keswick Christian 20

Lakeland Victory Christian 12, American Collegiate 6

Osceola 27, Seminole 24 (2 OT)

Robinson 18, Brandon 12

Mitchell 42, Wesley Chapel 15

The Villages 47, River Ridge 6

Clearwater Academy 20, Palmetto 14

Hernando 27, Lecanto 15

Strawberry Crest 26, Leto 12

King 28, Spoto 8

Prime time performers

RB Jason Albritton, Sr., Newsome: Ran for 122 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries in a win over Armwood. 

LB Jaylan Anderson, Sr., Northeast: Recorded 13 tackles, a sack and a blocked field goal in a win over Largo. 

RB Jaeden Atkins, Sr., Calvary Christian: Ran for 104 yards and a touchdown on eight carries in a win over Bishop McLaughlin. 

WR Kennen Ayala, Jr., Land O’ Lakes: Had nine catches for 171 yards and a touchdown in a win over Keswick Christian. 

LB Troy Bowles, Jr., Jesuit: Returned a punt he blocked for a touchdown in a win over Tampa Catholic. 

LB Derrick Brantley, Fr., Northeast: Finished with 10 tackles and two sacks in a win over Largo. 

RB Coby Burger, Jr., Strawberry Crest: Ran for 53 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries in a win over Leto. 

LB Cameron Campbell, Jr., Wharton: Returned a fumble and blocked punt for touchdowns in a win over Sickles. 

DT Teddy Cotto, Jr., Seminole: Finished with six tackles and two sacks in a loss to Osceola. 

RB Christian Cromer, So., Nature Coast: Ran for 189 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries in a win over Lakeland George Jenkins. 

QB Clinton Danzey, Jr., Plant City: Threw for 153 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Lennard. 

QB CJ Denmark Jr., Sr., St. Petersburg Catholic: Accounted for 410 yards (245 passing, 165 rushing) and scored four touchdowns on the ground in a loss to Northside Christian. 

QB Jacob Drackett, So., Calvary Christian: Threw for 135 yards and three touchdowns in just three quarters in a win over Bishop McLaughlin. 

QB Connor Dugan, Sr., Boca Ciega: Threw for 127 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Clearwater. 

QB Ethan Fahey, Sr., Nature Coast: Ran for 74 yards on 12 carries in a win over Lakeland George Jenkins. 

ATH Chris Ferrini, Jr., Mitchell: Had 159 yards of offense (129 rushing, 17 passing and 13 receiving) and two touchdowns (one passing, one rushing) in a win over Wesley Chapel. 

LB James Floto, Jr., Shorecrest: Recorded six tackles and picked off a pass in a win over Lakeside Christian. 

WR Jordan Givens, Sr., Palm Harbor University: Had three catches for 45 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Dunedin.

WR Andre Hall, Sr., Boca Ciega: Had two catches for 97 yards, both going for touchdowns, in a loss to Clearwater.  

RB Isaiah Hampton, Jr., Pinellas Park: Ran for 158 yards and a touchdown on eight carries in a win over Bradenton Bayshore. 

LB Seth Hogan, Fr., Plant City: Recorded 11 tackles, a sack and an interception that was returned for a touchdown in a win over Lennard. 

QB Kyle Horvath, So., Land O’ Lakes: Threw for 274 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Keswick Christian. 

QB Kai Huggins, Sr., East Lake: Threw for 184 yards and a touchdown in a win over Countryside. 

LB Gavin Hughes, Jr., Alonso: Recorded 10 tackles and recovered two fumbles in a win over Middleton. 

WR David James, Sr., Clearwater: Accounted for 99 yards (71 receiving, 48 rushing) and two touchdowns (one receiving, one rushing) in a win over Boca Ciega. 

RB Shykeem Johnson, Jr., Seffner Christian: Ran for 83 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries in a win over Bradenton Christian. 

ATH Jkobe Jones, Sr., Seffner Christian: Ran for 54 yards on offense and picked off a pass on defense in a win over Bradenton Christian. 

ATH Romello Jones, Sr., Plant City: Ran for 148 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries in a win over Lennard. 

DE Noah Kacimi, 8th, Shorecrest: Had six tackles and a sack in a win over Lakeside Christian.

ATH Vincent Ketchup, Jr., East Bay: Ran for 66 yards and two touchdowns on five carries on offense and picked off a pass on defense in a win over Blake. 

RB/LB Datarian Kincade, Sr., Northeast: Ran for 76 yards and a touchdown on offense and scored on a fumble return that he caused on defense in a win over Largo. 

QB Luke Knight, So., Jesuit: Threw for 225 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Tampa Catholic.  

RB Brian Lewis, Sr., Hernando: Ran for 108 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries in a win over Lecanto.

QB Bryson Martin, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic: Accounted for 203 yards (117 rushing, 86 passing) in a win over Fort Myers Bishop Verot. 

RB Terek McCant, So., Seffner Christian: Ran for 90 yards on 11 carries in a win over Bradenton Christian. 

RB Ti’lan McGee, So., East Lake: Ran for 102 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries in a win over Countryside.  

RB Nehemiah Morgan, Sr., Wesley Chapel: Ran for 107 yards and a touchdown on eight carries in a loss to Mitchell. 

RB Efrem Only, Sr., Clearwater: Ran for 155 yards and one touchdown on 23 carries in a win over Boca Ciega. 

LB Garrick Ponder, Sr., Pinellas Park: Recorded 10 tackles, a sack and an interception in a win over Bradenton Bayshore. 

DL Zavion Roberts, So., Palm Harbor University: Recorded five tackles and three sacks in a win over Dunedin. 

FS Ethan Robinson, Sr., Newsome: Recorded five tackles and picked off a pass in a win over Armwood. 

QB Jaden Rosebury, So., Tampa Bay Tech: Completed four of his five passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Chamberlain. 

RB J.C. Roque, Jr., Newsome: Accounted for 108 yards (93 rushing, 15 receiving) and two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving) in a win over Armwood. 

RB Lenwood Sapp, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic: Ran for 139 yards on 20 carries in a win over Fort Myers Bishop Verot. 

LB Ian Seibert, Sr., Palm Harbor University: Had a team-high 18 tackles, as well as a sack and a forced fumble, in a win over Dunedin.

RB Joquez Smith, Jr., Jesuit: Ran for 87 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries in a win over Tampa Catholic. 

RB Jaelin Sneed, So., East Bay: Ran for 61 yards and two touchdowns on six carries in a win over Blake. 

QB Evan Spears, Jr., Central: Accounted for 331 yards (176 passing, 155 rushing) and threw for a touchdown in a loss to Citrus.  

LB Sam Sternberger, Sr., Hernando: Finished with a team-high 14 tackles in a win over Lecanto. 

RB/WR Eric Triplett, Jr., Pinellas Park: Accounted for 113 yards (67 rushing, 46 receiving) and two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving) in a win over Bradenton Bayshore. 

LB Jaylyn Turner, Jr., Calvary Christian: Had 12 tackles and a sack in a win over Bishop McLaughlin. 

WR Junior Vandeross, Sr., Jesuit: Had 10 catches for 153 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Tampa Catholic. 

QB Xavione Washington, Jr., Tampa Bay Tech: Accounted for 120 yards (86 passing, 34 rushing) and ran for two touchdowns in a win over Chamberlain. 

DB Caleb Williams, Sr., Jesuit: Returned an interception for a touchdown in a win over Tampa Catholic.  

RB Jordan Williams, Sr., Hernando: Ran for 76 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries on offense and had two tackles and a sack on defense in a win over Lecanto.  

RB Terrion Williams, Sr., Pinellas Park: Ran for 60 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries in a win over Bradenton Bayshore. 

RB Luke Yoder, Sr., Palm Harbor University: Ran for 157 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries in a win over Dunedin. 

Friday’s region quarterfinal schedule

Class 8A

Osceola (8-2) at Newsome (8-2), 7:30

Durant (8-2) at West Orange (9-1), 7:30

Plant City (6-4) at Venice (9-1), 7:30

Sarasota Riverview (8-2) at Steinbrenner (7-3), 7:30

Class 7A

Wiregrass Ranch (5-4) at Palmetto (4-5), 7:30

Largo (5-5) at Tampa Bay Tech (10-0), 7:30

Gaither (6-4) at Lehigh (6-2), 7:30

Wharton (7-2) at Mitchell (8-2), 7:30

Class 6A

Northeast (9-1) at Sumner (8-2), 7:30

Hillsborough (8-2) at Pinellas Park (9-1), 7:30

Boca Ciega (6-4) at Jesuit (10-0), 7:30

Braden River (8-1) at Countryside (5-5), 7:30

Class 5A

Hudson (6-4) at Clearwater (9-1), 7:30

Gibbs (7-3) at Zephyrhills (9-1), 7:30

Wesley Chapel (6-3) at Sebring (6-3), 7:30

Nature Coast (7-3) at Chamberlain (3-7), 7:30

Class 4A

Hernando (6-4) at South Sumter (6-4), 7:30

Class 3A

Tampa Catholic (6-3) at Carrollwood Day (7-2), 7:30

Class 2A 

Naples St. John Neumann (6-4) at Seffner Christian (5-4), 7:30

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Region finals

Class 7A

Wharton (9-2) at Tampa Bay Tech (12-0), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Tampa Bay Tech (69 percent/49 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Tampa Bay Tech 21-20

Class 6A

Hillsborough (10-2) at Jesuit (12-0), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Jesuit (73 percent/52 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Jesuit 21-7

Class 5A

Sebring (8-3) at Clearwater (11-1), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Clearwater (76 percent/54 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Clearwater 28-21

Class 4A

Clewiston (8-2) at Lakewood (10-2), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Lakewood (89 percent/63 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Lakewood 22-17

Class 3A

Clearwater Central Catholic (8-3) at Berkeley Prep (10-0), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Berkeley Prep (75 percent/53 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Berkeley Prep 28-24

Class 2A

Zephyrhills Christian (9-2) at Orlando Christian Prep (9-1), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Zephyrhills Christian (58 percent/41 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Zephyrhills Christian 21-19

Northside Christian (7-2) at Naples First Baptist (9-1), 7:30

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Fans’ pick: Northside Christian (66 percent/47 votes)

Putnam’s prediction: Naples First Baptist 35-21

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Football: Wharton at Tampa Bay Tech preview

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7A region final

Wharton (9-2) at Tampa Bay Tech (12-0), 7:30

This is a rematch from a regular season game the Titans won 21-12. That win not only clinched the district title for Tampa Bay Tech but also helped the program go undefeated in the regular season for the first time. The Titans schedule included nine games against teams that made the playoffs. Playing — and beating — such tough competition is the reason why Tampa Bay Tech earned the top overall seed in 7A based on RPI rankings.  The offense has displayed some nice balance with more than 2,000 yards rushing and passing this season. Quarterback Xavione Washington, a transfer from Tampa Catholic, took over as the starter and had played well down the stretch, throwing for 15 touchdowns and just two interceptions the last seven games. Defensively, the Titans are led up front with a furious pass rush that has recorded 38 sacks this season. The Wildcats are road warriors. They have won all road the past two seasons under coach Mike Williams, including two straight in the playoffs so far to reach the region final. Wharton’s strength is its defense, which has allowed just 93 points all season and has posted four shutouts. Last week, the Wildcats stymied Lehigh’s five-star running back Richard Young, who held to his lowest rushing total of the season. Wharton’s defensive playmakers also have a knack for finding the end zone once they get their hands on the ball. The Wildcats have scored a whopping 12 defensive touchdowns this season (five fumble returns, seven interception returns). 

Stat leaders

CategoryWhartonTampa Bay Tech
Passing yardsCarson Mohler, 947 (10 TDs, 5 INTs)Xavione Washington, 1,932 (19 TDs, 7 INTs)
Rushing yardsArkese Parks, 570 yards (7 TDs)James Evans, 917 yards (14 TDs)
Receiving yardsJason Cornwall, 227 (2 TDs)Greg Gaines III, 741 yards (9 TDs)
TacklesCameron Campbell, 92Ed Gwinn, 78
SacksBooker Pickett Jr., 19Keyon Clark, 15
InterceptionsTwo players tied with four. Two players tied with three.
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Football: Hillsborough at Jesuit preview

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Class 6A

Hillsborough (10-2) at Jesuit (12-0), 7:30

This a rematch from a regular season game the Tigers won 28-7. Jesuit has stayed perfect and is now ranked No. 12 in the nation by MaxPreps. Another win and the Tigers will be in the state semifinals for the fourth straight season and the sixth time in the past seven seasons. Defensively, Jesuit has ranked among the best in the state, allowing just 85 points this season and posting six shutouts, including five straight from Oct. 15-Nov. 12. On offense, the Tigers’ Junior Vandeross has turned it up a notch, scoring at least two touchdowns in three of the last four games, including four in last week’s win over Braden River. Since losing to Jesuit, the Terriers have won eight straight. They have had to make adjustments along the way. Starting quarterback Caleb Pierce went down with an injury midway through the season. Shaun Joshi took over and has led Hillsborough to six straight wins. The Terriers also have some balance on offense thanks to depth in the running game. Four players have rushed for more than 400 yards this season. Defensively, Hillsborough has been tough, allowing seven points or less in seven of their past eight games. 

Stat leaders

CategoryHillsboroughJesuit
Passing yardsShaun Joshi, 936 (11 TDs, 4 INTs)Luke Knight, 1,818 (23 TDs, 5 INTs)
Rushing yardsJordaan Bailey, 677 (4 TDs)Joquez Smith, 1,541 (23 TDs)
Receiving yardsJordaan Bailey, 365 (4 TDs)Junior Vandeross, 666 (7 TDs)
TacklesJoeseph Sipp Jr., 111AJ Cottrill, 92
SacksJustin Anderson, 6Wayne Quin, 6
InterceptionsLaterrian Hicks, 4Two players tied with two.
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