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Pinellas super seven

By Times Staff
Published October 8, 2006


SUPER SEVEN

1. Largo (6-0): The Packers are cruising, outscoring their past four opponents 143-17. The next three games are against teams that are a combined 3-14.

2. Dunedin (5-1): The Falcons got a scare from Gibbs last week. Even more worrisome is whether running back Daris Bellamy will be able to return from a knee injury.

3. Northeast (5-1): After a bye week, the Vikings should be ready for a stretch of district games against Bradenton Bayshore, Boca Ciega and Osceola coming up.

4. Osceola (5-1): The Warriors have always had the running game. Now they have a passing game, too. The balance is showing.

5. Countryside (6-1): The Cougars were pounded by Tarpon Springs' relentless pass rush. L.D. Crow was picked off twice by Marquis Gamble. Countryside now has to regroup to get ready for this week's district showdown with Dunedin.

6. Keswick Christian (6-1): Special teams miscues hurt the Crusaders, who will now have to go on the road if they make the playoffs.

7. East Lake (5-2): Micah Powell made sure the Eagles stayed on track with touchdowns on a run and punt return against Seminole.

WEEK 7 NOTABLES

Marquis Gamble, Tarpon Springs: Two interceptions, two touchdown receptions

Jock Sanders, SP Catholic: 330 total yards (213 rushing, 102 in returns and 15 receiving) and four touchdowns.

Brynn Harvey, Largo: 177 yards rushing, one touchdown

Cody Sirgey, Northside Christian: 150 yards rushing, two touchdowns

Joey Cuda, Canterbury: 111 yards rushing, 42 receiving, four touchdowns.

Justin Hart, Osceola: 130 yards receiving, 83 rushing, three touchdowns.

Jaime Center, Calvary Christian: 180 yards rushing, three touchdowns.

Ja-Vonta Trotter, SP Catholic: Two interceptions.

Jared DiMaggio, Keswick Christian: 137 yards rushing.