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Palmetto 38, Robinson 0
By Bradenton Herald
Published October 6, 2007
PALMETTO - Palmetto improved to 2-0 in Class 3A, District 11 with a thumping of Robinson (0-5, 0-2).
Running behind what RB Marva Carley called "the best offensive line in the state," the Tigers rolled for 283 yards on the ground - 110 of which went to Carley, who scored three touchdowns on runs of 14, 40 and 4 yards.
Quarterback Bryan Smith scored on a 1-yard sneak and completed a two-point conversion pass to Damian Copeland. Xziver Williams rushed for 63 yards and a touchdown, and Ian Kitchell finished the scoring for the Tigers with a 34-yard field with 3:20 to play in the third quarter.
Palmetto's streak of shutouts ended at three when Nelson Vasquez caught a 48-yard pass from Justin Le midway through the fourth quarter.
Kedric Johnson recovered a fumble at the Robinson 14 and Carley scored on the next play. Smith's touchdown run capped the Tigers' next possession.
Vantrez Yarn's 35-yard punt return gave the Tigers the ball on the Robinson 13-yard line and Williams took it the rest of the way on the next play. Carley's 40-yard scoring run five minutes later was set up by a Robinson punt that traveled just four yards. Dashaun Bryant recovered a fumble to set up the Tigers final score of the half, a 4-yard run by Carley.