The Barber Shop – The Best Cuts from Week Four

Yet again we’ve got big-time players making big-time plays throughout the region and it’s time to bring those players to your computer screens for a little trip to the barber shop. Here are the best cuts from last week’s action. Enjoy!

Fort Meade’s Tyler King – 9 carries, 278 yards and 4 touchdowns vs. Pierson Taylor in a 60-0 win. The Miners struck gold when this young man arrived on campus and he could be carrying Fort Meade all the way to Orlando.

The opposite of boring – Palm Harbor vs. Newsome – The ‘Canes have now won consecutive games on consecutive 90+ yard drives. 79 total points in the game with PHU now 3-0 on the season following a 1-9 campaign in 2015. Other highlights – PHU’s Cameron Mouton (QB) with six touchdowns along with PHU’s TJ Colmery catching 9 passes for 173 yards and five touchdowns.

DeShawn Smith take a bow…he broke county records and school records on Friday Night in the Sharks 54-18 victory over Central. Smith rushed for 7 TD’s and caught another one while totaling 415 yards on the ground. Per maxpreps, Smith is the 5th-leading rusher in the nation currently and his 19 touchdowns through week four leads the nation.

Oh, you Yancy huh? -Brandon’s Yancy Jenkins with 4 interceptions vs. Blake–the Eagles are now 3-1 and 1-0 in district play.

Spoto’s Spartan LifestyleDemarco Archie’s near-200 yards and 2TD’s help them get their first-win

Anclote get their first-win since November 1, 2013—a 35-14 win against Hudson. Their opponent this past Friday? The Hudson Cobras. Running back Braxton Johnson rushed 32 times for 273 yards and two touchdowns in the winning effort.

Pinellas Park – 472 yards rushing vs. Tarpon Springs.

St. Pete’s Darius Miller and Jacquel Waller with devilish performances vs. East Lake. Miller with 287 yards and four touchdowns on just eleven carries while Waller added 106 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.

Countryside with 434 yards of offense vs. Seminole last week–that gives the Cougars 912 yards of offense in weeks three and four following their 214 yards against Clearwater week two.

Lennard’s Deshawn Barnes with a big night catching 5 passes for 114 yards and a touchdown in the Longhorns win over Riverview.

Armwood allowed just 10 yards of total offense to Chamberlain and their QB Darrian McNeal added five touchdowns to the mix for the Hawks as they’re getting ready to host Plant this week.

Jesuit’s Malik Davis rushed for 206 yards on 27 carries and added two touchdowns in the Tigers victory over Jefferson.

Speaking of JeffersonQB Tyrese Spain was unconscious going 14-of-28 for 326 yards passing and two touchdowns to go with 48 yards rushing on 17 carries vs. Jesuit.

Admiral Farragut’s Keondre Miller added four more touchdowns versus Victory Christian–making that the third consecutive week he’s produced 4TD’s in a game via ground or air.

Clearwater’s Garrison Bryant was on fire throwing TD’s of 30+ yards four times on the night–Jacquez Jones was lights-out as well tallying four times catching four of Bryant’s passes for 140 yards.

River Ridge QB Trevor Hawks posted four touchdowns for the Royal Knights in their 27-0 victory over Fivay taking some of the pressure off of Chris Schwarz and allowing RRHS’ Defense to get nasty.

Tampa Bay Tech rushed the ball 52 times in their victory over Bloomingdale.

Lakeland’s James Robinson caught 8 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown in his return to the Dreadnaughts lineup.

Palmetto RB Octavious James was a workhorse for the Tigers as they opened their district play with a win and James rushed for 156 yards and three touchdowns.

111-7: The combined scores of Carrollwood Day and Cambridge Christian in their district openers. The two are on a collision course at the end of the season it appears for the district championship.