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  1. Raiders topple Tritons 27-0Read the original story

    Thursday | Cape Coral Daily Breeze

    As Mariner lineman Dalton Beyer took questions following the Tritons' 27-0 spring football loss at Riverdale Thursday night, his coach Travis Smith stood a few steps away with a proud expression. As the soon-to-be senior spoke, it wasn't difficult to connect the generational dots from Smith's halcyon days as a player at his alma mater to the rebuilding mindset he's preaching to this year's roster.

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  2. Big finale for spring gamesRead the original story

    Thursday | Cape Coral Daily Breeze

    A busy spree of high school spring football began Wednesday night with Cypress Lake handing Bishop Verot a crushing 38-7 defeat at Verot For all intents and purposes, the outcome was decided before halftime with the Panthers racing to a 31-0 advantage. Quarterback Trent Rogers tossed three touchdown passes to lead the Panthers' rout.

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  3. With fervor, Garza's in at Round LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Herald

    With his infectious enthusiasm, Cristo Garza proclaims what sounds akin to thinking you can build a snowman in South Beach. "I truly believe you can win here at Round Lake," Round Lake's newest head football coach said.

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  4. Who's The New Guy?Read the original story

    Thursday | Texasfootball.com

    True freshman are contributing more each year in major college football. KD Cannon at Baylor Myles Garrett at Texas A&M were two of the top players in the state in their first year on campus.

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  5. Wesley Chapel spring football previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Tampa Bay Online

    No other team got hit with the combination of graduations and transfers; the Wildcats graduated 16 seniors and lost others to transfers. Quarterback Scott Edwards transferred to Bishop McLaughlin and potential starting tailback Alfonso Battle left for Zephyrhills Christian Academy.

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  6. Sunlake spring football previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Tampa Bay Online

    Browning will face one of his former teams tonight but will have to do so with a much different cast at the offensive skill positions. The Seahawks will need replacements for running back Nathan Johnson, who rushed for more than 1,000 yards last season, and playmaker Naejuan Jackson, who compiled 1,071 all-purpose yards and scored 12 touchdowns.

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  7. The senior attacker scored five goals in Maroonsa 13-2 win over Northern Highlands on Thursday.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NorthJersey.com

    The ball sat loose behind the net and Matt LoParo, after taking a hit, was without a stick with a defender on his hip. Able to grab his stick and shed off the defender seemingly all in one motion, LoParo deftly scooped up the ground ball, athletically wrapped around the crease into traffic and scored a highlight-reel, off-balance goal to put the Maroons up six.

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  8. Green Dragons take on TigersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Highlands Today

    The Green Dragons, with only 20 players participating in spring practice, travel to Melbourne for tonight's game against Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy. “I would like to have more players participating in spring practice, but the ones that are out there are working hard to improve,”said Hudnell.

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  9. Spring football: Jamboree at HillsboroughRead the original story

    Thursday | St. Petersburg Times

    Spring game-breakers: Wharton's Miles Williams was the bell cow, toting the ball 20 times in a half of work for 122 yards and a pair of scores. The rising senior had touchdown runs of 5 and 2 yards, and also caught one pass for 9 more.

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  10. Spring football: Anclote 63, Springstead 32Read the original story

    Thursday | St. Petersburg Times

    Spring game-breakers: Anclote showed its potential Thursday night against the strength of the Springstead program. Rising junior running back Braxton Johnson, who led the Sharks with 733 yards and three touchdowns on the ground last season, carried the ball 20 times for 178 yards and two touchdowns, including an 80-yard run in the fourth quarter in which he shook off multiple Springstead tacklers in the open field.

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  11. Spring football: Lakeland Santa Fe Catholic 7, Zephyrhills Christian 6Read the original story

    Thursday | St. Petersburg Times

    Spring game-breakers: The Warriors struggled on offense Thursday, but they discovered some athletes who can play. The biggest player on the team, 6-foot-1, 250-pound Darrell Cook, is going to be one of if not the key player for ZCA this fall.

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  12. Spring football: Jamboree at SpotoRead the original story

    Thursday | St. Petersburg Times

    Spring game-breakers: East Bay quarterback Ian Kuykendall could be ready for a breakout season. It didn't take long before he emerged as the best player on the field Thursday, running over and around defenders for 43 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries.

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  13. Spring football: Jamboree at BloomingdaleRead the original story

    Thursday | St. Petersburg Times

    Spring game-breakers: Braxton Harris scored on a 34-yard touchdown run on Newsome's first drive to put the Wolves up 7-0. Fellow rising senior Cole Schaller connected with 6-foot-4 receiver Drew Willis from 22 yards out for the other Newsome score.

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  14. Spring football: Jamboree at GaitherRead the original story

    Thursday | St. Petersburg Times

    Spring game-breakers : Sickles never could seem to get its offense off the ground, but Steinbrenner wasted no time finding the end zone, as quarterback Cason Byrd connected with Brett Bitter on the first play from scrimmage for a 53-yard touchdown. Byrd completed 4-of-10 for 93 yards.

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  15. Spring football: Hudson 27, Dixie Hollins 0Read the original story

    Thursday | St. Petersburg Times

    Spring game-breakers: Hudson's Nate Munson was impressive in his first start at quarterback. Munson gained 85 yards on 14 carries and scored two rushing touchdowns.

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  16. Spring football: Pinellas Park 13, Largo 0Read the original story

    Thursday | St. Petersburg Times

    Spring game-breakers: Thursday's game was a defensive slug fest that saw both teams combine to register nine sacks, force four turnovers and stop each other five times on downs. In the fourth quarter, the Patriots finally broke through thanks to Largo's generosity.

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  17. Barron Collier roughs up Baker 35-13Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The News-Press

    After several months of doubts and question marks, things came together for Matt Heuerman and the Barron Collier football team Thursday night in the team's annual spring game. Barron Collier roughs up Baker 35-13 After several months of doubts and question marks, things came together for Matt Heuerman and the Barron Collier football team Thursday night in the team's annual spring game.

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  18. Riverdale catches on late against MarinerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The News-Press

    Riverdale catches on late against Mariner Freshman Jacob Tracey wowed in first varsity football game Check out this story on news-press.com: http://newspr.es/1Sl6BAe Riverdale's Daniel Ulmer is tackled by Mariner's Dalton Beyer during a spring game at Riverdale High School on Thursday. Freshman Jacob Tracey hauled down a 43-yard touchdown pass with 3:02 left in the third quarter, setting up the Raider's 21-0 win over visiting Mariner on Thursday during team's spring game.

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  19. Spring football: Jamboree at JeffersonRead the original story

    Thursday | St. Petersburg Times

    Spring game-breakers: Plant quarterback Rex Culpepper accounted for three touchdowns as the Panthers won both quarters. He completed 12-of-25 for 149 yards and two scores, and ran for a touchdown.

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  20. Appeal delves deeper into Camas football investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Camas-Washougal Post-Record

    Thursday's appeal meeting in Centrailia delved deeper into a recruiting investigation on Camas High School football coaches Jon Eagle and Dan Kielty.

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