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Harmony 28, Hudson 6
By Orlando Sentinel
Published November 17, 2007
ST. CLOUD - Harmony's defense was able to keep the Hudson offense in check most of the game, rolling to a 28-6 victory Friday night in the Class 3A region quarterfinals.
Harmony (9-2) held the Cobras (7-4) to only 156 yards of offense. The Longhorns also forced two turnovers, including an interception return 48 yards for a touchdown by O'Neill Chambers to close out the first half.
The Harmony offense was led by Jared Beekman, who completed 6-of-10 for 90 yards. Semaj Washington led the way on the ground, scoring twice on runs of 2 and 1 yards.
KeKe Paul added a touchdown run as the Longhorns controlled both sides of the ball.
The Cobras ran the ball much of the game, playing without starting quarterback Zack Wynn, who was out with an ACL injury. Hudson stuck to the ground but was unable find much success.
Hudson's lone score came on a Scott Kujak 18-yard pass to Tony Germano in the first quarter.
Harmony will take on Eustis in a region semifinal next week. The Longhorns defeated the Panthers 31-13 during the regular season.