He would later score again and force a safety by blocking a Panthers punt and making a tackle in Killian’s end zone.
“This is the Miguel we’ve been waiting on for two years,” said Killian coach Cory Johnson. “He works his tail off and it all came together tonight.”
The offensive outburst for the Cougars came mostly on the ground, as the Panthers were unable to stop the duo of tailbacks Andrillon and Henry Jones (58 yards on 11 carries).
Panther quarterback Christopher Scholz passed for 137 yards and two scores but suffered three interceptions at key moments in the game.
• Ransom 41, St. Andrews 12: The Ransom Everglades Raiders (4-5) cruised past the Saint Andrews Scots (1-8) at Ransom.
Quarterback Eduardo Garcia led the aerial attack for the Raiders, throwing for 343 yards and four touchdowns while completing 14 of his 24 pass attempts. Garcia’s main target of the night was receiver Noah Russin who caught seven passes for 192 yards and two touchdowns. Royce Rose also added 46 yards on two receptions along with a touchdown. Max Van Wellegham also had a touchdown along with 79 yards on four receptions.
Alexander Schneider scored both touchdowns for the Scots when he returned a fumble 40 yards on a bad snap on the Raiders’ first drive of the game and caught a 40 yard touchdown pass from Dylan Richman early in the fourth quarter, giving the Scots their only offensive score of the game.
• Pine Crest 31, Florida Christian 14: The Pine Crest 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 offensive with two touchdowns on 186 rushing yards.
In the losing effort for Florida Christian, quarterback JJ Burmeister had two touchdowns — one on rushing and one passing — and threw for 162 yards.