VALRICO - Bloomingdale started strong, helped by Johnny King's 30-yard interception return inside Leto's 30 late in the first quarter, setting up the first touchdown, and defeated Leto 27-6 on Friday.
After three weak plays, Bulls quarterback Mike Green took advantage of a muffed field goal from Leto's 27 by passing to Mark Frisk in the end zone.
Before the end of the first half Matt Thomas kicked a 25-yard field goal and Romanski one for 27 for a 13-0 lead.
In the second half, Bloomingdale running back Franklin Deonte scored from two yards out and teammate Dominick Colla ran in from the 3-yard line.
TEMPLE HTS. 26, HERNANDO CHR. 14: Host Temple Heights got on the board early against Hernando Christian and cruised. Junior quarterback Mike Perea led Temple Heights with touchdown runs of 70, 64, and 28 yards. Perea also passed for 80 yards.
"Mike really read the option play well tonight and it paid off for us," said Temple Heights coach Steve Lewis. "It was a preseason game full of mistakes but we just made fewer than our opponent."
EAST BAY 14, SARASOTA BOOKER 10: Visiting East Bay came from behind to beat Sarasota Booker. Down 10-0 early in the second half, the Indians put together a 12-play, 80-yard drive to pull within three then put the game away on a fourth-quarter touchdown set up by quarterback Joey Stephens' 46-yard dash to the 3-yard line. Durell Williams and Randy Merrell scored touchdowns for East Bay.
"Sarasota Booker has a quality team and I am very pleased with the way we played tonight," East Bay coach Brian Thornton said.
JESUIT 27, COUNTRYSIDE 13: Host Jesuit forced turnovers on Countryside's first four possessions. . Hunter McCrory scored twice on passes from Chris Uhrig and kicked two extra points and two field goals. Josh Monroe also scored for Jesuit.
"The question we've been asking ourselves has been, "Can we play against a really good team and win?' I think we answered that question tonight," Jesuit coach Bill Schmitz said. "Countryside was a playoff team last year and they have a great quarterback (Harrison Beck) and I am very pleased with our defense after tonight."
BERKELEY PREP 50, NAPLES PALMETTO RIDGE 13: Derek Hatcher picked up where he left off last season in leading the host Bucs. Hatcher, who led his team to an 8-1 record and a spot in the playoffs, passed twice for scores to Andrew McAdams and ran one in himself.
Berkeley, up 36-7 at the half, gave up no sacks. "I was satisfied with our play," coach Frank Sullivan said. "There is still room for improvement but I was very pleased tonight, especially with our defense."
CAMBRIDGE 25, CELEBRATION 0: After a scoreless first quarter, Cambridge came back to score three touchdowns on runs by Matt Kennedy, Jimmy Falla, and Korey Simms. The Lancers also had two touchdowns called back because of penalties.
"I was pleased with the way the boys played tonight but we still made too many mistakes," coach Dan Rogers said. "We had good line blocking on offense and I thought our defense stepped up, too."
OTHER GAMES: Visiting Plant City sputtered at Auburndale, losing 29-2. ... Sickles appeared on the upswing after staying competitive in 2003 and finishing 4-6. The Gryphons, however, struggled in a 21-0 loss to Brandon. ... A year after Mike DePue won county coach of the year honors, everything appears in order as host Robinson defeated Tampa Catholic 41-0. ... Coming off a 12-2 season, host Durant dominated King 28-9.
Times staff writer Scott Purks contributed to this report.