Friday's football roundup
Friday, November 11, 2011
Palm Beach Post Reports
Ray Wilson ran for 120 yards and three touchdowns as Palm Beach Central prepped for the playoffs with a 37-0 rout of Palm Beach Lakes on Friday night.
Just 41 seconds into the game, Wilson broke loose for a 42-yard touchdown run.
"(Wilson) played a tremendous game for us," Palm Beach Central coach Rod Harris said, "but the offensive line deserves credit for opening up those holes for him."
After the Broncos scored when they recovered a fumble in the end zone, Wilson scored on a 5-yard touchdown run and he added a 38-yard score. Palm Beach Central's final touchdown came on a 10-yard pass from Kyle Shafer to Bryan Rodberg.
A small scrum broke out during the post-game handshake involving 10-15 players from both teams.
"Guys were just wrestling around" Harris said, downplaying the incident.
With a four-game winning streak the Broncos travel to Loxahatchee for a rematch against Seminole Ridge. The Hawks defeated the Broncos 21-6 in the season opener.
"Second part of the season starts next week," Harris said. "We are a much better football than we were back in September, but so are they. We are going to need all three phases of the game to beat Seminole Ridge."
No. 2 AMERICAN HERITAGE 28, ORLANDO-JONES 0
Greg Bryant rushed for 103 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Stallions (8-1) past the Tigers (2-8) in Orlando. Jeremy Gaskins added 119 yards rushing with a touchdown and Greg Slafsky scored on an interception return.
No. 4 FORT PIERCE CENTRAL 45, WAUCHULA-HARDEE 28
Marcus Sigmon rushed for two touchdown and threw for another, leading the Cobras (7-1) over the Wildcats (8-2) in Fort Pierce.
ST. ANDREW'S 49, DADE CHRISTIAN 21
Sean Mooney passed for 256 yards and two touchdowns, but the Scots (5-5) fell to the Crusaders (8-1) in Miami.
KING'S ACADEMY 24, LAKE HIGHLAND PREP 10
Dane Gerwig threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Marcus Houston, but the Lions (6-4) fell to the Highlanders in West Palm Beach.
VILLAGE ACADEMY 31, MELBOURNE-HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL 22
Larry Brihm passed for 349 yards and four touchdowns - two apiece to Fritz Narcisse and Devonte Robinson - leading the Tigers (7-3) to the win in Melbourne.
CLEWISTON 34, OKEECHOBEE 21
DeMarcus Terry rushed for two touchdowns, helping the Tigers (7-3) rally past the Brahmans (2-8) in Okeechobee.