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Football: Final regular season stats – Nov. 12

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Here are the statistical standouts on offense and defense for Hernando, Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas counties.

Offense

Passing yards

2,953 Anthony Colandrea, Jr., Lakewood (29 TDs, 7 INTs)

2,379 Hunter Young, Sr., Hudson (26 TDs, 10 INTs)

2,135 Aidan MacLean, Sr., Clearwater (35 TDs, 6 INTs)

2,067 Kyle Horvath, So., Land O’ Lakes (28 TDs, 6 INTs)

2,046 Gavin Henley, Sr., Lennard (24 TDs, 9 INTs)

2,035 Brandon Royal, So., Sickles (25 TDs, 11 INTs)

2,026 Parker Stinkorb, Jr., Dunedin (21 TDs, 22 INTs)

2,024 Will Griffin, 8th, Northside Christian (26 TDs, 10 INTs)

1,917 Owen Walls, Sr., Cypress Creek (17 TDs, 8 INTs)

1,825 Trenton Hawks, Sr., River Ridge (19 TDs, 6 INTs)

1,802 Jacob Drackett, So., Calvary Christian (16 TDs, 7 INTs)

1,655 Brooks Bentley, Jr., Gaither (15 TDs, 5 INTs)

1,649 Murdolph Jones, Jr., Armwood (18 TDs, 10 INTs)

1,647 Rocco Becht, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch (22 TDs, 4 INTs)

1,581 Garrett Gurney, Sr., Seminole (9 TDs, 19 INTs)

1,517 Luke Knight, So., Jesuit (16 TDs, 4 INTs)

1,515 Luca Stanzani, Sr., Clearwater Academy (15 TDs, 3 INTs)

1,495 Connor Dugan, Sr., Boca Ciega (15 TDs, 6 INTs)

1,484 Bryson Martin, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic (11 TDs, 3 INTs)

1,450 Jackson Jensen, So., Carrollwood Day (11 TDs, 3 INTs)

1,444 Xavione Washington, Jr., Tampa Bay Tech (14 TDs, 6 INTs)

1,397 Alex De la cruz, Sr., Freedom (15 TDs, 14 INTs)

1,360 Clinton Danzey, Jr., Plant City (14 TDs, 5 INTs)

1,333 Jayce Nixon, Fr., Zephyrhills Christian (14 TDs, 3 INTs)

1,306 Jack Lennon, Sr., Plant (13 TDs, 14 INTs)

Rushing yards

1,624 Dontrevius Jackson, Sr., Zephyrhills Christian (18 TDs)

1,609 Christian Cromer, So., Nature Coast (18 TDs)

1,408 Jaden Griffin, Sr., Countryside (18 TDs)

1,332 Lenwood Sapp, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic (11 TDs)

1,316 Joquez Smith, Jr., Jesuit (18 TDs)

1,268 Jaylin Smith, Sr., Zephyrhills (13 TDs)

1,258 Jason Albritton, Sr., Newsome (14 TDs)

1,228 Isaiah Hampton, Jr., Pinellas Park (9 TDs)

1,203 Sammy Miller Jr., Jr., Gibbs (8 TDs)

1,178 Travis Bates, Sr., Berkeley Prep (15 TDs)

1,129 Elijah Rhoden, Sr., Alonso (16 TDs)

1,073 AJ Blanton, Sr., Gulf (4 TDs)

1,058 Jaylan Blake, Sr., Wesley Chapel (4 TDs)

1,032 Anthony Carrie, So., Carrollwood Day (20 TDs)

987 Kirby Vorhees, Jr., Steinbrenner (15 TDs)

938 Dontarius Shoats, So., Riverview (3 TDs)

879 Efrem Only, Sr., Clearwater (11 TDs)

856 James Evans, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech (13 TDs)

849 Terrion Williams, Sr., Pinellas Park (8 TDs)

826 Ke’von Marion, Sr., St. Petersburg Catholic (11 TDs)

821 Reggie Bush, Sr., Plant City (7 TDs)

807 Jaelin Sneed, So., East Bay (16 TDs)

806 Markese Norfleet, Jr., Northeast (9 TDs)

795 Nathan Carter, Jr., East Bay (3 TDs)

792 Ti’lan McGee, So., East Lake (7 TDs)

Receiving yards

1,170 Kennen Ayala, Jr., Land O’ Lakes (16 TDs)

970 CJ Lee, Sr., Clearwater (17 TDs)

856 Eelijah Singleton, Jr., lennard (9 TDs)

851 Ladamien Starks, Sr., Hudson (11 TDs)

821 Eugene Wilson III, Jr., Gaither (7 TDs)

797 Nate Johnson, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic (7 TDs)

761 Michael Jelks, So., Dunedin (6 TDs)

756 Omarius Davis, Jr., Seminole (3 TDs)

744 Amari Niblack, Sr., Lakewood (9 TDs)

742 Jakari Williams, Sr., Sickles (8 TDs)

676 Dontrell Clerkley, Sr., Cypress Creek (4TDs)

675 Joshua Germain, Sr., Freedom (8 TDs)

674 Dylan Djete, Sr., Clearwater Academy (11 TDs)

638 CJ Lewis, So., Carrollwood Day (5 TDs)

628 One Williams, Sr., Northside Christian (7 TDs)

627 Ha’Keem Monroe, Sr., Lennard (12 TDs)

622 AJ McFarlane, So., Hudson (8 TDs)

616 Angel Ortiz, Sr., Gulf (6 TDs)

606 Terrell Crosby, Sr., Lakewood (5 TDs)

605 Junior Vandeross, Sr., Jesuit (4 TDs)

605 Bryson Rodgers, Jr., Wiregrass Ranch (13 TDs)

597 Josh Robinson, Fr., Calvary Christian (7 TDs)

576 David Pomales, Sr., Sickles (10 TDs)

575 Greg Gaines III, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech (7 TDs)

568 Andre Hall, Sr., Boca Ciega (4 TDs)

Defense

Tackles

114 Jordan Novometsky, Sr., Springstead

112 Colin Bernstein, Sr., Steinbrenner

111 Rhet Conyers, Sr., Plant City

110 Anthony Weaver, Sr., Keswick Christian

107 Ian Seibert, Sr., Palm Harbor University

107 Cortland Mitchell, Sr., Osceola

107 Sam Sternberger, Sr., Hernando

104 AJ Blanton, Sr., Gulf

103 Jaiden Bivens, Sr., Cambridge Christian

103 Braylon Henry, Sr., Lennard

102 Garrick Ponder, Sr., Pinellas Park

102 Elijah Mills, Jr., Countryside

102 Brady Nowlan, Jr., Nature Coast

97 Jaylyn Turner, Jr., Calvary Christian

96 Matthew Stahl, So., Chamberlain

95 John Owens, Sr., Plant

94 Daemian Clute, Sr., Alonso

93 Brogan Coleman, So., Osceola

93 Jacob Reed, Jr., Durant

91 Caleb Murray, Sr., Nature Coast

90 Joseph Sipp Jr., Sr., Hillsborough

90 Malachi McCalip, Sr., Pinellas Park

87 Caleb Coburn, Jr., East Lake

86 Joshua Poleon, Jr., Wesley Chapel

86 Logan Fikar, Sr., Gaither

Sacks

22.5 Zyon Vaughn-Nobles, So., Zephyrhills Christian

14 Booker Pickett Jr., Wharton

13 Keon Keeley, Jr., Berkeley Prep

13 Keyon Clark, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech

12.5 Tyler Geary, Sr., Mitchell

11.5 Leo Tabakovic, Sr., Durant

10.5 Jeremy Patterson, Jr., Chamberlain

10 Carson Burbee, Sr., Countryside

9.5 Derrick Brantley, Fr., Northeast

9 Daveon Crouch, Sr., Wharton

9 Deondre Randall, Sr., Largo

9 Isaiah Nixon, Jr., Lakewood

9 Jack Hostetler, Sr., East Lake

8 Mario Eugenio, Sr., Gaither

8 Aidan Bell, Sr., Clearwater

8 Thomas Puhek, Jr., Carrollwood Day

8 Brandon Cleveland, Sr., Carrollwood Day

8 Kaiden Gregorie, Jr., Dunedin

8 Elias Williams, So., Hudson

8 Demarcus Wallace, So., Countryside

8 Jacob Treese, Sr., Lennard

7.5 Isaiah Hastings, Sr., Clearwater Academy

7 Cole Highsmith, Sr., Plant City

7 Tawfiq Thomas, Sr., Gaither

7 DJ Jones, Jr., Sumner

7 Madden Buratczuk, Jr., Springstead

7 Ryan Longman, Sr., Seffner Christian

7 Garrick Ponder, Sr., Pinellas Park

7 Demontae Gifford, Sr., Boca Ciega

7 DJ Haynes, Sr., Plant City

Interceptions

13 Terrell Crosby, Sr., Lakewood

6 David Searles, Jr., Seminole

5 RJ Stroud, Jr., Armwood

5 D’Angelo Hutchinson, Sr., Northeast

5 Jayden Cornelius, Fr., Durant

5 Maceo Bennett, Sr., Clearwater

5 Amit Austin, Sr., Newsome

4 Sammy Miller Jr., Jr., Gibbs

4 Jaiden Mayerschoff, Sr., Land O’ Lakes

4 Cyrus Chappell, So., Tampa Catholic

4 Drelin Pittman, Sr., Gaither

4 Angel Ortiz, Sr., Gulf

4 De’von Walton, Sr., Gibbs

4 Cameron Campbell, Sr., Wharton

4 Shane Foelich, Jr., Cambridge Christian

4 Eugene Wilson III, Jr., Gaither

4 Laterrian Hicks, Sr., Hillsborough

3 Alloyius Tyson, So., Jefferson 3

3 Kelvin Faison, Jr., Plant

3 Dijon Johnson, Jr., Wharton

3 Jeremiah Johnson, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech

3 Blake Albritton, Sr., Keswick Christian

3 Jermaine Swain, Sr., Northeast

3 Mikhai Campbell, Sr., Gaither

3 Amari Ray, Jr., East Lake

3 Joe Key, Jr., Northside Christian

3 Luca Garguilo, Jr., Springstead

3 Jordan Ortiz, Jr., Riverview

3 Corey Lucious Jr., Jr., Tampa Catholic

3 Chase Green, So., Largo

3 Ayden Roysdon, Sr., Wesley Chapel

3 Nehemiah Morgan, Sr., Wesley Chapel

3 Brogan Coleman, So., Osceola

3 Jermarian Jackson, Sr., Plant City

3 Dashaun Reese, Jr., Northeast

3 Jaden Shorter, Sr., Lakewood

3 Christian Stewart, Jr., East Bay

3 Tymar Mckever, Sr., Zephyrhills

3 Jakobe Campbell, So., Zephyrhills

3 Kobe McCloud, Sr., Gaither

3 Colin MacLean, Sr., East Lake

3 Gavin Hughes, Jr., Alonso

3 Eric Jackson, Sr., Pinellas Park

3 Jordan Jimenez, Sr., Pinellas Park

3 Nate Johnson, Jr., Clearwater Central Catholic

3 Christian Bodnar, Jr., Bloomingdale

3 London Hall, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

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Friday football forecast — Nov. 26

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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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