“It was just the fact that they were going no huddle and we didn’t have the time to adjust, but after our timeout we got it together,” Green said.
• Westminster Christian 42, Doral Academy 7: Tim Irvin and Jordan Cronkite combined for more than 200 yards on the ground to lead the Warriors past the Firebirds (2-5) 42-7 at Doral.
Irvin finished with 138 yards rushing, and Cronkite had 113 yards.
Doral quarterback Clarence Brown scored the team’s only score with a 1-yard run, which he set up with a 72-yard run on the same drive.
• Delray American Heritage 41, Gulliver 7: Quarterback Marcus Davis threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more to lead the Stallions (6-0) past the Raiders (2-4).
Greg Bryant, a five-star running back prospect according to Rivals, rushed 17 times for 134 yards.
Gulliver scored on its initial drive, which was capped by a Bo Ellis 13-yard scamper, but that was all for the Raiders.
• Pace 18, Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast 0: A second consecutive week of traveling upstate turned out to be a lot more successful for the Spartans as they blanked Treasure Coast at South County Stadium in Port St. Lucie. Pace suffered a lopsided loss at Ocala Trinity Catholic a week ago.
The Spartans (3-3) did all of their offensive damage in the first half, building an 18-0 lead and then turned it over to a stingy defense in the second half as Anthony Walker Jr. and Bobby Jones each picked off passes and the Spartans sacked quarterback Devin Ferguson three times.
• American 21, Key West 14: The Patriots (4-2) rallied past Key West at Milander Stadium in front of nearly 400 fans.
The Patriots were led on the ground by running back Isaiah Williams, who led all rushers with 98 yards and scored a touchdown. Quarterback Ed Crouch was also efficient as he threw for 93 yards and a touchdown to Jawill Davis. Arkeem Grainger also ran 34 yards.
Key West (4-3) was led by running back Deonte Stemage, who had 86 yards and a touchdown.
• LaSalle 18, Coral Shores 0: LaSalle (4-2) walked into their homecoming game with a must win attitude, and it prevailed. The Royal Lions won easily pitching a shutout against the Hurricanes (4-2) on their home field.
With the win LaSalle continues its flawless undefeated southern district play, and locks up a No. 1 for the playoffs.
D’Joumbarey A. Moreau
• Homestead 42, Palmetto 0: Powered by several big plays — including three fumble recoveries and three touchdown passes by Maurice Alexander — Homestead (5-2) defeated Palmetto (3-3) in a non-district game at Harris Field.
The game, which was 28-0 at halftime, went to a running clock in the fourth quarter. The Broncos scored their final touchdown on a 95-yard interception return by Edward Berry with 1:36 left.
The Broncos will now have some momentum as they play a pair of district games on consecutive weeks, first Carol City and then Northwestern.
• American Heritage 44, Champagnat 14: The Patriots (5-1) routed the Lions (1-5) to win their homecoming game.
Quarterback Tyler Cogswell threw for 113 yards and three touchdowns in the first half. The Patriots scored at will in the first half, putting up thirty points to the Lions’ zero.
The game took a grim turn near the end of the second quarter when Champagnat’s Jason Williams needed to be taken off the field with a neck injury. Shortly after Williams was taking in an ambulance, he regained feeling in his extremities and should be OK, said Champagnat coach Mike Tunsil.
DeDarius Bridges led the Lions with 100 yards rushing on 22 carries and one touchdown.
• Westminster Academy 23, Ransom Everglades 12: The Lions (2-5) ruined the Raiders homecoming.
Both teams had trouble holding on to the football as they combined for eight turnovers. Ransom also had trouble on punt protection leading to two Westminster touchdowns off blocked punts.