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Tonight’s Hillsborough prep football matchups


Published:   |   Updated: September 27, 2013 at 09:02 AM

Spoto (0-4) at Alonso (2-2): Alonso defense gave up 400 rushing yards to Newsome last week.

Armwood (4-0,3-0) at Jefferson (3-0, 2-0): Winner takes district championship

King (3-1, 1-1) at Blake (2-2, 2-1): Both programs have shown vast improvement this season.

Plant City (3-0) at Bloomingdale (2-1): Nobody is looking past Bloomingdale after it put up 40 against Plant last week.

Chamberlain (3-1) at Brandon (1-3): Chamberlain is better than we thought.

Gaither (2-2) at Durant (0-4): Cougars are craving a win.

East Bay (3-1) at Wharton (3-1): Chase Litton put up 299 passing yards with two scores last week.

Freedom (1-3) at Strawberry Crest (2-2): Austin Carswell filling in well for injured Tristan Hyde.

Lennard (0-4, 0-3) at Hillsborough (1-2, 1-2): Terriers scored 34 points in the first half last week against Leto.

Leto (0-4, 0-3) at Robinson (0-4, 0-3): First win of the season for someone tonight.

Riverview (1-2) at Middleton (0-3): Tigers were on a bye last week, and as they say, you can never be too prepared.

Jesuit (1-3) at Newsome (3-1): Newsome got over that loss to Sickles pretty quickly with a 38-26 win against Alonso last week.

Plant (3-0-1) at Tampa Bay Tech (2-1): Could be a shootout with two high-powered offenses.

Berkeley Prep (2-1) at Spring Hill Springstead (3-1): Berkeley coming off tough loss in overtime to Lakeland Christian.

Tampa Catholic (3-1) at Sarasota Cardinal Mooney (3-0): T.J. Harrell and the Crusaders are on a roll.

Lakeland Santa Fe Catholic (1-3) at Seffner Christian (3-0): We see the Crusaders improving to 4-0.

Winter Haven All Saints’ (1-2) at Cambridge Christian (2-2): We’ve come to expect big numbers from quarterback Garrett Young.

Admiral Farragut (1-2) at Carrollwood Day (2-2): CDS put up 60 points last week, and Admiral Farragut allowed 35.

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