It’s the week six edition of the Barber Shop! Tons of players making plays this past Friday–so let’s get right to it, shall we? And away we go—
Bradenton Christian QB Dominick Otteni with over 300 yards passing with four touchdowns and another two touchdowns in the win over Out-of-Door 55-40.
Lake Gibson’s Hunter Orem completing 5-of-6 passes for 73 yards + two rushing touchdowns + two interceptions in the Braves’ rout of Lake Region.
Weeki Wachee’s Alec Cromie with 329 yards passing and three touchdowns in the Hornets’ rout of Citrus 34-7.
Zephyrhills Christian Academy’s Isaac Johnson with 12 receptions for 278 yards and two touchdowns and two interceptions on defense for the Warriors in their huge win over last years’ SSAC Champs Windermere Prep, 29-28.
Tenoroc’s first Homecoming victory in school history over Lake Placid. The Titans have already matched their win total from the previous two years combined through week six.
Lakeland Christian’s Larenz Deshazor getting things done in the absence of Tyler Wilkerson completing 28 of his 35 passes in the Vikings victory over Land O’Lakes.
Saint Stephens’ Fred Billy and his 230 yards of total offense in the Falcons’ 28-0 shutout of Bishop McLaughlin. The Falcons have a HUGE game with Santa Fe Catholic this week.
Kathleen’s Izayah Riette and his 115 yards of rushing and two touchdowns in the fourth quarter alone to help the Red Devils turn the Winter Haven’s Devils another shade of blue 23-13.
Jefferson’s Tyrese Spain’s 246 yards of total offense and four touchdowns in the Dragons rout of Spoto.
Anclote’s Braxton Johnson (yet again) rushing for 255 yards and five touchdowns vs. Gulf.
Hudson and Zephyrhills combining for 746 yards of offense and 89 points.
CCC’s Jakob Parks bouncing back from a knock in the TC game to throw for 191 yards on 8-of-12 passing and three touchdowns in the 51-0 shutout of Saint Petersburg Catholic.
Cambridge Christian’s Andrew Cunningham (12c-142-4TD’s) and QB Jaylin Jackson 242 total yards and three touchdown performance vs. Seffner Christian.
Keswick Christian’s Asher Thompson and his 11 tackles that broke the school-record. Thompson now has 361 for his career at Keswick.
Largo scoring five touchdowns–five different ways versus Boca Ciega. The Packers scored via run, pass, punt return, pick-six, and a blocked punt for a touchdown in their 47-0 shutout of the Pirates.
Plant City’s Markese Hargrove (28c-170-TD) and Corey King II (13c-102-TD) in the Raiders 19-3 victory over Tampa Bay Tech.
Admiral Farragut’s Austyn Causey and his 216 yards passing and four touchdowns in the Blue Jackets come from behind 42-41 win over Indian Rocks Christian in OT.
Indian Rocks Christian’s Zeke McGaughy and his 33 carries for 171 yards and 4TD’s vs. Farragut.
Mitchell’s Mychael Hamilton and his 252 yards and his 25 carries good for five touchdowns in the Mustangs decisive 42-27 win over Pasco.
Armwood’s Defense with five interceptions vs. Blake. In that same game–Darrian McNeal with four touchdowns and WR Trevor Laurent’s 3 receptions for 103 yards and a touchdown.
Plant’s Defense holding Wharton to just 34 yards of offense until minutes of the game. The Panthers also had 200+ yards of rushing in the second half vs. the Wildcats.
Palm Harbor University’s Jamaine Derogene and Nick Gust combining for 313 yards rushing in the ‘Canes 35-21 win over Alonso.
Lakewood’s Jaylen Shazell going 7-of-9 for 163 yards and two touchdowns versus Dunedin along with Adrian Adams’ 3 receptions for 106 yards and 2 TD’s in the Spartans 57-0 win.
Sickles’ Jake Hudson and his two touchdown catches on just three receptions vs. Leto while Chris Oladokun threw for 3 touchdowns and 100+ yards in the first half.
Jesuit’s Malik Davis rushing for 178 yards on 12 carries and 3 TD’s vs. Middleton
St. Petersburg’s D’quante Lumpkin and his 157 yards on just seven carries for 2 TD’s vs. Seminole.
Central’s De’Vonta Smith rushing for 202 yards on 32 carries for 2TD’s vs. Lecanto along with DeAndre Hannah’s 3 sacks leading a defense that racked up 8 even though Central lost to the Panthers.
Last, but not least…Central’s team for taking the field on Friday and playing their hearts out–hearts that were as heavy as they could be in remembrance and celebration of the life of Sebastian Rivera. Our hats have been tipped, and a heartfelt condolence has been sent your way. Stay strong. Central strong. RIP, Sebastian.