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Brad. Southeast 30, Osceola 3
By SCOTT BECKER, Times Correspondent
Published October 6, 2007
SEMINOLE - Benson Eustache ran for 214 yards on 22 carries and scored the games first touchdown as Southeast rolled over Osceola.
Eustache put the Seminoles ahead with a five-yard touchdown in the first quarter. Michael Palmer kicked a 22-yard field goal in the second quarter to keep the game close.
But the Seminoles continued their rushing attack in the second quarter as Desmond Blue scored from one yard out, and Kris Waters broke the game open with a 71 yard punt return for a touchdown in the final two minutes of the half.
After a scoreless third quarter, the Seminoles added an 18-yard touchdown run by quarterback Bruce Kelly, and later added a safety as they sacked the Warriors punter in the end zone.
Kelly finished the game with 27 rushing yards on five carries, and completed 8 of 9 passes for 77 yards.
The Seminoles had a chance to run up the score late, but took a knee at the Warrior 1 yard line after a 65 yard run by LeTray Fagins. Southeast finished with over 400 yards of offense, and held Osceola to only 153 total yards.