Miami Northwestern 25, Jacksonville Raines 7

Big 4th quarter sparks Northwestern past Jacksonville Raines


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Miami Northwestern (1-1) scored 20 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to spark a 25-7 comeback victory over Jacksonville Raines on Saturday at Traz Powell Stadium. The Bulls bounced back from a loss last week to Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas.

The Vikings led 7-5 until early in the fourth quarter. Bulls kicker Ruben Piraquive connected on a 28-yard field goal to give the Bulls an 8-7 lead with 10:25 to play.

Trevis McKinney led the Bulls with 45 passing yards and 55 yards on five carries. Lakeith Stafford rushed for 36 yards on 17 carries. Raines was led by quarterback Marvin Zanders, who rushed for 128 yards and passed for 41 yards and a touchdown.



First downs811
Rushes-yards22-174 38-131
Passing yards41 45
Passes3-13-2 7-16-2
Punts3-31 2-48
Fumbles-lost0-0 0-0
Penalties-yards11-72 6-45
Field goals-att0-0 2-3

RA 7 0 0 0--7
NW 0 3 2 20--25


RA - Brown 25 pass from Zanders (Jackson kick)

NW - FG Piraquive 27

NW - Safety

NW - FG Piraquive 28

NW - Safety

NW - McKinney 6 run (Piraquive kick)

NW - Mayes 30 interception return (Robinson run)

Individual Statistics

Rushing (att-yds) -- RA: Hill 1-7, Gardner 11-39, Zanders 10-128. NW: Brown 4-3, Dowling 2-4, Gibson 1-7, Lamb 9-26, Stafford 17-36, McKinney 5-55.

Passing (comp-att-int, yds)-- RA: Zanders 3-13-2, 41. NW: McKinney 7-16-2, 45.

Receiving (rec-yds-TD) -- RA: Brown 3-41. NW: Grimes 1-(-1), Times 1-2, Robinson 2-12, Dowling 2-16, Robinson 1-16.

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