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Preps

Pinellas prep football matchups


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St. Petersburg (2-0) at Lakewood (1-1): The Green Devils have outscored their first two opponents (Gibbs and Clearwater) 77-7. Lakewood bounced back from a season-opening loss to Countryside by defeating Palmetto 20-13. Something has to give here.

Tampa Catholic (1-1) at Tarpon Springs (2-0): Tarpon Springs’ running back Michael Ford rushed for nearly 250 yards last week vs. Osceola. He will need a big effort against a Tampa Catholic team which upset Clearwater Central Catholic last week in overtime.

Palmetto (0-2) at Countryside (2-0): Jared Davis’ group is looking to improve to 3-0 heading into next week’s matchup against Northeast.

Dunedin (1-1) at East Lake (2-0): The dynamic offensive duo of George Campbell and Artavis Scott have accounted for a combined five of the Eagles’ 10 TDs this season.

Northeast (0-2) at Boca Ciega (0-2): Northeast has yet to score a touchdown this season.

Gibbs (0-2) at Largo (1-1): Largo was without Jarvis Stewart and Raheem Harvey last week. They’re back and so will be the Packers offense, which didn’t score against East Lake last week.

Palm Harbor University (1-1) at Clearwater (0-2): The Tornadoes have allowed 102 points through two games.

Pinellas Park (2-0) at Osecola (1-1): A win for the Patriots helps them keep pace with district leaders Countryside and East Lake.

Seminole (1-1) at Dixie Hollins (1-1): A big momentum game for whoever can come out with the win.

Shorecrest Prep (1-0) at Carrollwood Day (0-2): The Chargers could drop the Patriots to 0-3.

Melbourne Central Catholic (2-0) at St. Petersburg Catholic (2-0): Both teams come in with lopsided wins and are undefeated.

Admiral Farragut (0-1) at Indian Rocks Christian (1-1): Golden Eagles could make their case for a playoff spot very strong with a win.

Jesuit (1-1) at Clearwater Central Catholic (1-1): Still lingering from a 13-10 OT loss to Tampa Catholic last week, can CCC rebound against a rejuvenated Jesuit team?

Canterbury (2-0) at Keswick Christian (0-2): Having already lost to Canterbury earlier in Week 1, Keswick Christian needs a win to avoid an 0-3 start.

Northside Chr. (1-1) at Calvary Chr. (2-0): Fresh off its first victory under coach Mike Alstott, the Mustangs face a tough task against the undefeated Warriors.

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