Larry Savage @SunPreps CITRA — Although its offense looked like a team that hadn’t played a competitive game in three weeks, Gainesville’s defense picked up where it left off.The Hurricanes posted their second straight road shutout, blanking North Marion 19-0 on Friday night.It also marked the second straight game this season the young Colts have been shut out.Gainesville led only 7-0 at the half, but got two big pass completions from quarterback Luke Matthews to Jalen Kelsey, one for 36...
Larry Savage @SunPreps CHIEFLAND — Dixie County did all its scoring early — 21 points inside the first three minutes of the game — and cruised from there Thursday to an impressive 42-7 win over Chiefland.The Bears, 5-0 under first-year coach Eric Richeson, took advantage of four Indian turnovers in the first quarter in scoring 35 points, adding a touchdown early in the second before substituting freely.“Kids came out like a ball of fire,” Richeson said. “We didn’t have a very good week of...
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FOOTBALL PREVIEW All games at 7:30 p.m. unless notedGAMES OF THE WEEK6A GAINESVILLE (1-1) AT 5A NORTH MARION (0-3)Last week: Gainesville’s game vs. Lake Weir rescheduled for Oct. 30.Preview: It has been three weeks since the visiting Hurricanes have played a football game with an idle week and rescheduled home game with Lake Weir a week ago.
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