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Players of the week

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published October 20, 2000

Week 7

OFFENSE: Jay Davis, QB, CCC -- The 6-foot-3, 195-pound senior shredded the Bradenton Lakewood Ranch defense in the Marauders' 38-13 win, completing 11 of 21 passes for 287 yards and four touchdowns with no interceptions.

DEFENSE: Seminole -- Well, we give up. It seems each week, we honor a Warhawk individual. But this week, it's props for the whole unit. Seminole held potent Countryside to a paltry 76 total yards in a 28-3 win.

Previous winners


Week 1: Jason Teague, Osc

Week 2: Achilleas Houllis, TS

Week 3: Forrest Eleazer, Sc

Week 4: Jon Peattie, Cs

Week 5: Jeff Ritch, Sc

Andre Hall, DH

Week 6: Ron Mathis, Gi


Week 1: Ken McQueen, KC

Week 2: Donyelle Williams, Sem

Week 3: Omar Laurence, Lar

Week 4: Andres Kirchman, AFA

Week 5: Joey Fabrizio, Sem

Week 6: Eddie Meyer, Cs

Bobby Fox, Sem

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