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Gulf 66, Sunlake 20
By MOLLY MOORHEAD, Times Staff Writer
Published October 6, 2007
NEW PORT RICHEY - David Williams scored five times and ran for 279 yards to lead Gulf past Sunlake 66-20 Friday night at Des Little Stadium.
Williams, who has nine touchdowns in the past two weeks, carried the ball just 12 times and sat out the fourth quarter as the Bucs improved to 3-3 and 2-0 in district play heading into their bye week.
Sunlake (0-5, 0-2) found some offensive spark after scoring just one touchdown all season. Josh Dixon ran for 84 yards, including a 15-yard score in the second quarter. Joe Connoly scored on a 7-yard run, and Jarrett Baker caught a 3-yard scoring pass from Joey Collazo, who was 4-for-11 with 54 yards and one interception.
Gulf coach Jay Fulmer said he gave time to every player to try to keep the game from getting lopsided.
Will Burbridge scored on a 13-yard run for the Bucs, and Levi Slone ended the game with a 20-yard scoring run on a fumble return.
"We tried to mix it up," Fulmer said. "We played every kid we got."
As for Williams, he said, "I just feel like every time he touches the ball, he's going to score."
Pasco County's leading rusher heading into the game found the end zone on a 65-yard run on the second play and didn't rest until he was benched.
"We've got a lot of big games coming up, tough games," the 5-11 senior said. "Everybody's going to see the best of David Williams."