• Westminster Christian 70, Archbishop Carroll 14: Four early touchdowns by sophomore running back Tim Irvin sparked the Warriors (2-3, 1-1) to the win against the Bulldogs (0-5, 0-2) at Westminster Christian School.
“I just saw green,” Irvin said. “When I see green, I just go.”
Irvin scored on a run, catch and two punt returns.
• Coral Reef 14, Sunset 0: A pair of big plays by receiver Josh Young and 273 rushing yards helped Coral Reef (2-2, 0-1) overcome 155 yards in penalties to defeat Sunset (1-4, 0-1) at Tropical Park.
Leading 6-0 in the third quarter, Barracudas quarterback Nicodem Pierre faked an inside handoff, then pitched the ball to Young, who took the reverse 45 yards. On the ensuing kickoff, Young recovered a fumble to retain possession for Coral Reef, who went on to chew up clock in the victory.
Sunset showed some signs of life when Ezekie Scott intercepted Pierre on a slant intended for Tristen Ferguson, but an assortment of short runs by Knights running backs Oscar Falcon (33 yards, 11 carries) and Kevin Dominguez (36, 10) was not enough.
Coral Reef continued to batter the Knights on the ground with 72 yards in the fourth quarter by backup halfback Ernest Donaldson. Donaldson replaced Jordan Edwards.
• North Miami 56, Miami High 7: North Miami clobbered Miami High at Curtis Field.
Ronald Frederic returned the first kickoff to the Stings 13-yard line in the first few seconds. A few short plays later North Miami’s Nesley Ostral found a pass in the end zone to start the Pioneers dramatic victory.
Pioneer defense was tough from the start, sacking Miami High’s Kelvin Reyes on their first drive. The stats leader for North Miami was junior running back Charles Romane, who picked up 81 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns.
• Hollywood Hill 13 Stranahan 6: The Spartans won their first game of the season by defeating the Dragons.
Running back Aaron Spencer rushed for 67 yards and one touchdown.
Fullback Griffin Goins carried the ball six times, for 39 yards and a touchdown.
“This was a district game and we couldn’t afford to go 0-2 in the district,” said coach Al Lang. “I know how hard these guys work and
it feels real good to get are first win.”
The Dragons struggled all night, committing 11 penalties for 110 yards. Their only score was a 30 yard pass play but came as time
expired in the fourth quarter.
• Deerfield Beach 49, Douglas 7: From the first play, Deerfield Beach pounded Douglas with the run as running backs Brandon Powell and Aeron McNeal combined for 385 rushing yards. The Bucks earned their first district win of the season at Butler Stadium in Deerfield Beach.
“We went back to the basics this week going to our run blocking, running the ball and trying to just grind it out,” said Deerfield Beach coach Allen Jackson.
Powell led Deerfield Beach (1-3, 1-1 District 11-8A) with 214 rushing yards in the game. On the first play from scrimmage in the first quarter, Powell sliced through the Eagles’ defense for a 68-yard touchdown run. Malcolm Shields