• Coral Springs Charter 34, Marathon 6: Joe McChrystal threw for 217 yards and ran for 70, tossing three TD passes and rushing for a one in a non-district matchup at Coral Glades. He completed 12 of 16 passes with two of his TD passes going to Nick Marrill.
The defense, which had six sacks, also contributed to the scoring with two interception returns for touchdowns as the Panthers improve to 4-4. The Dolphins dropped to 1-8.
The Panthers, with 201 total yards through two quarters, had a 20-6 lead at halftime. McChrystal accounted for two scores, throwing a 10-yard TD pass to Marrill for the game’s first points. He added an 18-yard score on a scramble.
The defense accounted for the third Panther touchdown on Nick Grecco’s 34-yard interception return. Ross Kuruc had the other interception return for a score, going 80 yards during the opening series of the second half.
The Dolphins’ lone score came on Roberto Perez’ 61-yard pass to Shamar Fantroy in the first quarter.
• McArthur 39, South Broward 19: The Mustangs (4-5) defeated the Bulldogs (0-9) to win their homecoming game.
McArthur scored its first two touchdowns of the game on kickoff returns by Jerome Lindo and Torris Calloway. After Calloway’s special teams touchdown to start the second half, Damian Richardson returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown three plays later.
Terrell Bonds scored McArthur’s first offensive touchdown of the game with an eight-yard run late in the third quarter.
South Broward quarterback Eugene Sainterling threw for 278 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions on 16-44 passing.
• Pine Crest 31, Florida Christian 14: The Panthers stopped all hope for a fourth-quarter Florida Christian comeback with strong defense and late scoring to secure a quarterfinal win on the road.
“They’re a real good running football team, and the big thing was to stop the run,” Pine Crest coach Jim Pletcher said. “We had a big fourth-down defensive stop, which took the momentum away from them. Offensively, we did what we needed to do and moved the ball, so it’s a good win for us.”
Panthers running back Trevor Osceola led the offense with two touchdowns on 186 rushing yards.
Florida Christian quarterback JJ Burmeister threw for 162 yards, and had a rushing and passing touchdown.