Pinellas super seven

By Times Staff
Published October 22, 2006

1. Largo (7-1): Everything is clicking for the Packers. They clinched their second straight district title by shutting out St. Petersburg, and linebacker Mike Marry is playing well after being injured the first half of the season.

2. Northeast (7-1): The Vikings let a 21-0 lead slip away before coming back to beat Boca Ciega in overtime. If Northeast beats Osceola, it'll win the district title.

3. East Lake (6-2): Flying under the radar? Not anymore. The Eagles are a bona fide contender and can wrap up the runnerup spot in the district with a win against Countryside.

4. Osceola (6-2): An overtime loss to Bradenton Southeast puts the Warriors in a tough spot. Osceola needs to beat Northeast to force a three-way tie atop the district.

5. Dunedin (6-2): The Falcons squandered a two-score lead in the fourth quarter of their last home game against Clearwater. Still, Dunedin can clinch the district title with a win against Palm Harbor U.

6. Keswick Chr. (8-1): Quarterback Jared Stacy stepped out of Blake Englehardt's shadow by throwing for 200 yards and four touchdowns against Orlando Agape Christian.

7. Countryside (6-2): The Cougars' bye week came at an opportune time, allowing them to regroup after two straight losses. Countryside can clinch the runnerup spot with a win against East Lake.

Week 9 notables

Josh Brown, Dixie Hollins: Threw for 100 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 100 yards and a touchdown.

Jordan Becker, CCC: Caught three passes for 101 yards and two touchdowns.

Cass Carter, Clearwater: Scored two late touchdowns to help Tornadoes upset Dunedin.

Mark Bannon, Tarpon Springs: Kicked two field goals, including game-winner with 2 seconds left.

Brynn Harvey, Largo: 174 yards rushing.

Jock Sanders, SP Catholic: 112 yards rushing, two touchdowns.

Jared DiMaggio, Keswick Chr.: 118 yards rushing.

Tarvin Jones, Keswick Chr.: Five receptions, 136 yards, three touchdowns.