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SPARR - Citrus coach Rik Haines watched the worst-case scenario unfold in front of him at the start of Friday's Class 3A region quarterfinal.
"My biggest fear was that they would get a couple quick ones, and that's what they did," Haines said. "After that, it was like a feeding frenzy."
North Marion, a state semifinalist in 2005, scored long touchdowns on its first two offensive plays and piled up 48 unanswered by halftime on the way to a 68-7 rout.
Colts quarterback Mike Brinkley fired a quick out to receiver Stephen Filer on the first play that Filer converted into a 67-yard dash to the end zone.
After a Citrus punt, tailback Albert Gary broke three tackles on first down and sprinted for a 48-yard scoring run.
The blowout was on, and Gary was just getting started for the (8-3). He added touchdown runs of 15 and 98 yards in the first quarter and finished with 210 yards and three touchdowns on just 10 carries.
Sophomore tailback Antoin Scriven accumulated 106 yards on 21 carries to lead Citrus, though all but 15 of those yards came late in the game.
The Hurricanes (5-6) gained only three first downs and 38 total yards in the first half, with Jeremy Phillips' booming 63-yard punt the lone highlight.