Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Roundup

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Roundup

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-- CLAY 25, GAINESVILLE 15 -- Clay running back William Kendrick carried 22 times for 161 yards and two touchdowns to lead host Clay (5-2, 2-1 District 2-4A) to a victory over Gainesville (5-2, 2-1 District 2 4A). Clay's defense kept the Hurricanes out of the end zone in the first half.

-- FORT WHITE 38, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 21 -- Shannon Brown ran for 139 yards and had four touchdowns for Fort White in a homecoming victory. Propelled by 21 first-half points and a ground attack that amassed 338 yards, Fort White (5-2) won its fifth consecutive game. Fort White puts that streak on the line next week with a road game against Bolles.

-- LEE 30, FERNANDINA BEACH 6 -- Lee struck first with Nick Daniels' 25-yard run and never trailed en route to the District 4-3A victory.

-- ST. JOSEPH 20, EAGLE'S VIEW 6 -- St. Joseph mixed the run, the pass, and a little trickery to produce a victory over an outmatched Eagle's View squad. St. Joseph used a 14-play scoring drive out of the gate to stymie the Warriors and cruise to a win in its final home game of the season.

-- SUWANNEE 32, EASTSIDE 0 -- Suwannee's defense spoiled Eastside's homecoming. The Bulldogs' Waymon Fords had three interceptions and Suwannee allowed 56 yards on the ground. Bernard Williams rushed for 91 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries. Suwannee scored on a safety and returned a blocked punt for a touchdown.

-- PIERSON TAYLOR 92, PROVIDENCE 6 -- Andre Reese, the state's leading rusher, ran for 193 yards and five touchdowns on seven carries as the visiting Wildcats dismantled the Stallions. Taylor (4-3) scored on each of its 13 possessions and was helped by seven Providence (1-6) turnovers, including three interceptions of quarterback Jason Sands. The lone bright spot for the Stallions came when running back Brett Swearingen scored on a 5-yard scamper just four minutes into the first quarter.

-- TRINITY CHRISTIAN 30, HILLIARD 0 -- Robbey Hepler helped Trinity Christian earn a homecoming victory against Hilliard (2-5, 1-2) by passing for three touchdowns and 129 yards. …

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