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A look at high school football around the county tonight.
By BOB PUTMAN and BRANDON WRIGHT
Published October 13, 2006
All start at 7:30 p.m. unless noted.
DUNEDIN (5-1) at COUNTRYSIDE (6-1)
This is one of the county's premier grudge matches. The big question for both teams is how they'll overcome injuries on offense. The Cougars have had more success lately and they're at home, which gives them an advantage.
PUTNAM: Countryside WRIGHT: Countryside
OSCEOLA (5-1) at LAKEWOOD (3-3)
The Spartans are rotating quarterbacks. The Warriors' backfield is settled with quarterback Sergio Allen showing off his arm last week, throwing for more than 200 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Justin Hart. What sets the teams apart is the running game. Osceola has one. Lakewood is searching for more consistency in that department.
PUTNAM: Osceola WRIGHT: Lakewood
FROSTPROOF (5-1) at CC CATHOLIC (4-3)
The Marauders have made the playoffs the past nine seasons, currently the county's longest streak. That could be in jeopardy if injury-riddled CCC cannot win tonight.
PUTNAM: Frostproof WRIGHT: Frostproof
PALM HARBOR U. (3-3) at CLEARWATER (1-6)
A win tonight and the Hurricanes can tie the school record for most wins in a season.
PUTNAM: PHU WRIGHT: PHU
LARGO (6-0) at SEMINOLE (1-5)
Last year's game was a thriller with the Packers coming back to win. We don't think it will be that close tonight.
PUTNAM: Largo WRIGHT: Largo
DIXIE HOLLINS (2-4) at ST. PETERSBURG (2-4)
The Rebels survived a brutal early-season schedule and are poised to make a run. The Green Devils have lost their past two games by a combined three points.
PUTNAM: Dixie Hollins WRIGHT: Dixie Hollins
INDIAN ROCKS CHR. (2-4) at NORTHSIDE CHR. (5-1)
The Mustangs have zero tolerance for their foes, recording four shutouts. No. 5 could come against the Golden Eagles.
PUTNAM: Northside Chr. WRIGHT: Northside Chr.
KESWICK CHR. (6-1) at BISHOP MCLAUGHLIN (4-3)
The Crusaders can wrap up a playoff berth with a win tonight.
PUTNAM: Keswick WRIGHT: Keswick
CALVARY CHR. (3-2) at CAMBRIDGE (2-4)
The Warriors are winning games against the teams they are supposed to beat. This should be another one of those games.
PUTNAM: Calvary WRIGHT: Calvary
FORT MEADE (3-3) at ADMIRAL FARRAGUT (1-4)
Blue Jackets coach Chris Miller wanted a tough schedule. He got it with games against CCC and Lakeland Victory Christian. Tonight's game is against a Fort Meade program that has made the state final five of the past six seasons.
PUTNAM: Fort Meade WRIGHT: Fort Meade
SP CATHOLIC (2-5) at FORT MYERS BISHOP VEROT (1-5)
The Barons' schedule gets easier with winnable games the next three weeks.
PUTNAM: SPC WRIGHT: SPC
BRADENTON CHR. (1-4) AT CANTERBURY (4-1)
The Warriors have made progress and close out their second season tonight.