Football: Pinellas County Weekend Throwback – October 15 – Tampa Bay High School Sports Coverage | Prime time preparations
Canterbury 56, real life Christian 0
Northside Christian 16, St. Petersburg Catholic 3
Largo 28, Seminole 0
Shorecrest 54, Academy of Lakes 0
IMG Academy 55, American College 0
Berkeley Prep 52, Dunedin 0
First Academy 25, Keswick Christian 8
Indian Rocks Christian 35 roar prep and job training 0
Pinellas Park 16, Saint Petersburg 0
East Lake 49, sickles 7
Steinbrenner 42, University of Palm Harbor 0
Calvary Christian 55, Clearwater 35
Osceola 50, Campaign 14
Clearwater Central Catholic 42, Cambridge Christian 7
Lakewood 52, Gibbs 24
Northeast 35, Hollins 8
Another shutout for Largo
Blanking opponents has become routine for Largo.
The Packers posted their fourth shutout of the season in a 28-0 victory over Seminole in a key Class 3, District 7 game in the Metro Division.
Largo, now 6-0, has allowed just 12 points all season and one touchdown on defense.
The Packers’ stinginess will be tested this week in a game against Lakewood.
Calvary Christian survives Clearwater
Scoring has become Calvary Christian’s specialty.
The Warriors averaged 36 points per game heading into a game against Clearwater.
With an efficient and balanced offense, the Warriors racked up points at a dizzying pace in a 55-35 win that all but wrapped up the Class 2, District 7 title in the Metro Division.
Jacob Drackett threw for four touchdowns – two each to Caleb Goodloe and Josh Robinson and Sean Cuono scored twice on the ground.
Undefeated battle it out for Class 1, District 4 title
Indian Rocks Christian and Northside Christian, the last two remaining undefeated private schools in the Tampa Bay area, will square off Friday to decide the Class 1, District 4 Metro Division champion.
The Golden Eagles cruised to a 35-0 victory over Roar Prep & Vocational Academy to remain undefeated. The Mustangs, meanwhile, rallied to beat the St. Petersburg Catholic 16-3 to keep their perfect season intact.
Defense delivers for Pinellas Park
At the start of the season, new Pinellas Park manager Max Smith said he would have to rely on his fast and aggressive defense to keep his side competitive.
The unit did their part, allowing a total of 24 points in the four games before a clash with St. Petersburg for sole possession of the top spot in Class 3, District 8 of the Metro Division.
The Patriots put the pincers to the Green Devils, who had won five straight with an offense that averaged 31 points per game.
Wherever St. Petersburg quarterback Jefferey Jones went, he was greeted by a wall of pads.
The result was a 16-0 victory for Pinellas Park. It was the Patriots’ third shutout of the season. .
Lakewood extends county streak against rival
At the start of the week, Lakewood had won 20 straight games against County opponents, a streak that stretched back to 2018.
The latest loss came against Gibbs, one of the Spartans’ biggest rivals.
The two met again this week. And for nearly three quarters, the Gladiators appeared poised to break that streak.
Trailing 24-16, Lakewood staged a furious rally, scoring 46 unanswered to win 52-24.
The Spartans’ county dominance will be put to the test again on Friday against unbeaten Largo.
Prime time performers
QB John Angelo, So., Campaign: Threw for 220 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Osceola.
QB Jake Bechtel, Sr., East Lake: He came back from injury to tally for 95 yards (64 rushing, 31 passing) and ran for a touchdown in a win over Sickles.
LB/DL Callahan Blair, Jr., Calvary Christian: Returned a fumble for a touchdown in a win over Clearwater.
WR/DB George Butler, Sr., Gibbs: Finished with six catches for 105 yards and a touchdown on offense and blocked a field goal in a loss to Lakewood.
QB Caleb Coburn, Sr., East Lake: Had 163 yards (101 passing, 62 rushing) in a win over Sickles.
RB Sean Cuono, So., Calvary Christian: Ran for 273 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries in a win over Clearwater.
QB Jacob Drackett, Jr., Calvary Christian: Accounted for 263 yards of offense (223 passes, 40 carries) and five touchdowns (four passes, one rush) in a win over Clearwater.
WR Caleb Goodloe, Jr., Calvary Christian: Finished with five catches for 63 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Clearwater.
WR Terrence Jackson, Sr., Campaign: Finished with seven catches for 184 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Osceola.
RB Sammy Miller Jr., Sr., Gibbs: Ran for 123 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries on offense and had 10 tackles on defense in a loss to Lakewood.
QB Caleb Morris, father, Gibbs: Threw for 167 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Lakewood.
LB Chris Previtera, Sr., St. Petersburg Catholic: Finished with seven tackles and two sacks in a loss to Northside Christian.
FS Nico Ritacca, Sr., Catholic from St. Petersburg: Recorded a team-high 14 tackles in a loss to Northside Christian.
WR Joshua Robinson, So., Calvary Christian: Finished with seven catches for 152 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Clearwater.
RB Luke Yoder, Jr., East Lake: Ran for 173 yards and five touchdowns on 15 carries in a win over Sickles.
Monday, October 17
Christian by the Lake in Canterbury, 6
Thursday, October 20
Clearwater Central Catholic to Carrollwood Day, 7:30 a.m.
Friday. 21st of October
Keswick Christian at Cornerstone Charter, 7
Clearwater Academy in Lakeland, 7
City of Christian Life at Shorecrest, 7
Oasis Christian in Canterbury, 7
Lakefront Christian in Ocala Christian, 7
Bishop McLaughlin in Catholic St. Petersburg, 7
Indian Rocks Christian in Northside Christian, 7
Largo at Lakewood, 7:30 a.m.
Campaign in St. Petersburg, 7:30 a.m.
Clearwater to East Lake, 7:30 a.m.
Osceola in DeSoto County, 7:30 a.m.
Tarpon Springs to Dunedin, 7:30 a.m.
Christian Calvary at Christian Lakeland, 7:30 a.m.
Lakewood Ranch to Gibbs, 7:30 a.m.
Hollins at Boca Ciega, 7:30 a.m.
Palm Harbor University at Seminole, 7:30 a.m.