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October 12, 2013
The West Florida Tech Jaguars continue to roll this season, and once again proved why they are voted as number one in the state according to the AP after dehorning the Rutherford Rams 66-27 in district play.
Joey Baker had another big night with 361 yards passing, 78 yards rushing and seven total touchdowns in the affair. Receivers Lawrence Lee, Ty Peasent, and Daylan Abrams all had two receiving touchdowns a piece in the game as well. The Jaguars will continue district play next Friday facing Gulf Breeze, while Rutherford will take on Panama City Bay.
Pensacola Catholic 28 Milton 6
Pensacola Catholic got off to a slow start against Milton, but found a way to put it together and improve their record to 7-0 defeating the Panthers 28-6 at Gorecki-LeBeau Stadium.
The Crusaders got scoring from everywhere, a 33 yard pick six rom Simeon Smiley, and two long touchdown passes from Cody Henry. Henry had a 73 yard toss to Daniel Byrd, and a 62 yard pass to Tylan Purifoy. Jawan Purifoy would also have a six yard scamper for a score in the game as well. Catholic will host Arnold next Friday, while Milton will take on district leading Escambia in their next game.
Escambia 62 Leon 34
Speaking of the Gators, the Orange and Blue where in a track meet against Tallahassee Leon. In a test of endurance and conditioning, the Gators would get the 62-34 win over the Lions at Emmitt Smith Field.
Danikeei Hollowell would lead the Gators #1 rushing attack with 302 yards rushing on 19 carries scoring three touchdowns.
The star of the game as he continues to get better each week - is quarterback Gerald Bright. Bright had 204 yards rushing on 17 carries and two scores of his own. The Gators as a whole had 667 yards of total offense against the Lions Friday night. Leon will begin District play next Friday against Tallahassee Lincoln.
Niceville 26 Navarre 0
The Niceville Eagles would blank Navarre 26-0 in their game Friday night.
Injuries have started to hit the Eagles with QB Ashton Hooker being out of the game, and the team would lose their starting center and their top running back.
The Eagles would still show how deep they were with Jon Secord and Tyre McCants stepping up offensively, and the defense stepping up to pitch the shutout.
Secord would get a 15 yard TD pass to Aaron Willis, and McCants would score the final touchdown on a three yard run. Niceville will face Fort Walton Beach next Friday, while Navarre will take on Choctaw in District Play.
Pace 31 Fort Walton Beach 17