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LECANTO - Senior running back Rodney Jones rushed for three touchdowns and caught another for 183 yards of offense in Dunnellon's 48-20 victory over Lecanto on Friday night.
By halftime, Dunnellon had 284 yards of its 343 yards to Lecanto's 53. Jones scored on Dunnellon's first drive. After a Coley Burns' incomplete pass, Jones shredded the Panthers line with a 29-yard run. He followed it up with a 6-yard touchdown.
Dunnellon scored 27 points in the second quarter, as a stunned Lecanto struggled to get any offensive yards early.
In the second quarter, Jones caught an 84-yard pass from Burns. Less than three minutes later, Jones followed reeled off a 42-yard dash down the right side.
Junior Marcus Browdy scored on a 2-yard run up the middle that was followed less then a minute later by Jones scoring on a 5-yarder. After the break, senior James Davis scored on Dunnellon's first possession with a 65-yard crowd-stunning touchdown to make it 41-0.
"We new if we couldn't contain them and halt their speed it would be deadly," Lecanto coach Bob LeCours said.
After Dunnellon put in its second-teamers, Lecanto revived the crowd in Panther Stadium when Kyle Mire recovered an end zone fumble to score Lecanto's first points. Junior Juwan Franklin scored Dunnellon's final touchdown on a 32-yard run. Richard Chaney capped scoring on touchdown runs of 12 and 4 yards.