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DreamKingFilmz Top 15 Power Polls Week2


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TC coming out to face Ribault. Photo Cred Eileen Burdetsky

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DreamKingFilmz Top 15 Power Polls heading into week 3. Week 2 saw some dominating team performances. St. Augustine, Raines, Trinity, and Fleming Island took their opponents to the doughnut shop. They combined for 126pts. Oakleaf, and Bartram pulled off the highly improbable task of knocking off Carol City, and Columbus. Hilliard continued their regular season win streak of (12) with a 51-2 beat down against (0-2) Stanton.


The (2-0) Middleburg Broncos are off to their best start since 2010. Junior RB Mike Mitchell continues to run wild for the Broncos going over 200yds for the for the second week in a row. Mitchell added 3 TDs against Gainesville Eastside to bring his season toal to 418yds, and 7TDs on (30) carries. Duval's five largest schools all suffered a defeat and are a combined 2-8 to start the season.

The Jackson Tigers got their first win of the year by defeating the (0-2) Providence Stallions 42-13. Walter Odol led the offensive line as they provided wide open holes for their ball carriers. Both Fred Gaines and J'Nethen Jackson exploited those open holes all night as Gaines rushed for 151yds on 12 carries and 3TDs, and Jackson 115yds on 13 carries 1TD Gaines also had (2) receptions for 54yds. Freshman Christopher Foy got in on the action with (3) carries for 34yds and 1TD. Undoubtedly the Stallions are still having nightmares about Tigers' LB Grayson Howard as he logged (17) total tackles.


Week 2 9/3 Scoreboard


Raines 39, First Coast 0

Riverside 40, Atlantic Coast 7

Bartram Trail 12, Miami Columbus 6

Trinity Christian 37, Ribault 0

Bishop Kenny 24, Englewood 12

Bolles 34, Columbia 7

Christ’s Church 58, Cedar Creek 22

Creekside 37, Nease 27

Crescent City 41, Umatilla 6

St. Augustine 44, Menendez 0

St. John Paul II 34, Harvest 0

Saint Stephen’s Episcopal 40, YKIM 0

Seffner Christian 18, NFEl 14

Spruce Creek 15, Mandarin 14

Suwannee 43, Westside 13

Union County 50, Bradford 21

University Christian 34, Zephyrhills Christian 13

Viera 31, Baker County 22

Yulee 23, Fernandina Beach 7

Fleming Island 6, Lake Minneola 0

Gainesville Buchholz 28, Sandalwood 7

Gainesville Oak Hall 28, Bishop Snyder 14

Hilliard 51, Stanton 2

Jackson 46, Providence 14

Keystone Heights 38, Bell 0

Matanzas 36, Port Orange Atlantic 8

Middleburg 40, Gainesville Eastside 23

Newberry 14, Fort White 7



Photo Cred Eileen Burdetsky

Top 15


1. Trinity Christian Conquerors (2-0)

TC delivered another impressive performance with a 37-0 blowout over the (0-2) Ribault Trojans.

Freshman sensation QB Colin Hurley lit up the Trojans defense for (4) TD passes including (2) in the first half to Fred Highsmith, both for 11yds and (2) in the second half to Darius James on bombs of 54, and 56yds. Hurley finished 17/25 for 298yds passing. LB Caden Morrell had 5 solo tackles, and LB Keaton Thomas had a 34yd pick6 to help the Conquerors' defense pitch the shut out.

Trinity will host 1-0 Zaraphath Academy Eagles Friday.


2. Riverside Generals (2-0)

The Generals marched all over the Atlantic Coast Stingrays 40-7. Senior RB Alvin Gibson led the way with 169yds, and 2 TDs on 15 carries. After an Atlantic Coast missed field goal attempt with just 33 seconds remaining in the first half, Gibson Jr would take a handoff and race down the Generals' sideline for a TD, and a 20-7 lead at halftime. Senior QB Cale Zarah threw (2) 2nd half TDs to Pat Cooper and Rajon White. LBs Greg Washington, and Devin Smith were virtually unblockable as they led the charge for Riverside on defense. Massiah Wells played great as well registering several TFLs and a third quarter Pick6

The Generals will travel to the Dungeon to face (0-2) Ribault Trojans team.


3. Bolles Bulldogs (2-0)

The Bulldogs continue to dominate as they chewed up the (1-1) Columbia Tigers 34-7. The Tigers would take the early first quarter lead when Tigers DB Rashad Bradley tipped a pass, and LB Adeon Farmer hauled it in and took it 15yd to the house. From there it would be all Bolles led by their top dog on defense LB Jack Pyburn who would be all bite and no bark as he bit the Tigers for (4) sacks and (9) tackles. Pyburn helped stifle the Tigers' offense to (-58) yards, as the Dogs registered (6) total sacks and (3) safeties. QB DJ Moore finished 7/11, 119yds passing, including a 48yd first quarter TD toss to Kavon Miller. Miller also had an interception on defense. Moore would also tack on a short TD run. Bolles top Dog on offense, senior RB Kade Frew had a modest night by his standards as he finished with 115yds on 27 carries and a 2yd TD run. Bolles will host the (1-0) St. Augustine Yellow Jackets Friday.


4. Bartram Trail Bears (2-0)

In a low scoring battle the Bears took out a powerhouse from Dade County the (1-1) Columbus Explorers 12-7. Bears' QB Riley Trujillo played great as he made every key pass to keep the Explorers' defense at bay as he went 16/22 for 114yds. Trujillo did an excellent job spreading the ball around as he hit (7) different WRs. Trujillo also hooked up with TE Eli Sutherland for a short TD in the second quarter to help the Bears lead 10-0 at the half. Sutherland nabbed 5 catches for 48yds. Trujillo also led the Bears in rushing with 56yds. LBs Zeke Cromwell registered (9) tackles, and Dillon Cheido (8) tackles to lead the Bears' defensive attack. Ezekiel Romero had a huge third quarter sack that resulted in a safety. DB Bryce Johnson was all over the field as he logged (7) tackles and an interception. Sharif Denson played great forcing (3) turnovers, (2) FFs and, an interception. The Bears will travel to take on the (0-2) Mandarin Mustangs Friday.


5. Oakleaf Knights (2-0)

The Knights continued to roll as junior RB Isiah Shevchook battered through the (5x) state champs Carol City Chiefs' defense for 160yds on (33) carries and 3TDs. Ath Honrae Murray gave the Knights a huge spark in the return game as he took a kick back 90yds. Knights' QB Drew Ammond went 11/24 for 170yds. Ammond threw 2TDs to Taylor Bradshaw and Ar'mon Cooper. Bradshaw snagged 5/79, and Cooper 3/55. With the Knights leading 33-30 in the bottom of the final frame, freshman Ath Drake Stubb's would intercept a pass and return it 45yds to inside the Chiefs' 20yd line to help set up the final final score. It was a family affair on defense for the Stubbs, as big brother Dylan had (10) total tackles 4 TFLS including a huge sack. The Knights will host the (1-1) Columbia Tigers Friday.


6. UC Christians (2-0)

Senior ath Orel Gray had another all star performance to help UC defeat (0-1) Zephyrhills Christian Warriors 34-19. Gray rushed for 136yds, 3TDs, on 17 carries. After leading the city interceptions as a freshman, Gray looks poised to make another run at the pick crown adding another (2) to his collection vs the Warriors to bring his seasons total to (3). UC relied heavily on their ground game to get the win. QB Dessirio Riles went only 2/2 for 21yds with both passes going to freshman baller Janoah Alford. Riles carried the ball 5x for 47yds. RB Alan Woods played great, rushing for 117yds on (25) carries including a nice 33yd run. RB Alvonte Toliver logged 2TDs on (2) rushes and 20yds. UC's sophomore LB Luke Thomas logged (7) tackles, and senior LB Deric Andrew registered (8) tackles and a forced fumble. The Christians will host (0-1) Madison County Cowboys Friday. The Cowboys took a huge 52-0 loss to Valdosta last week.


7. Raines Vikings (1-1)

In a much needed bounce back win, the Vikings took care of business in a major way over (0-2) First Coast 39-0. Senior ath Reshawn Latimer Jr. got the nod to start at QB for Raines and had the best game of his highschool career going 11/16 206yds and 3TDs. Latimer Jr. rushed for 86yds and 2TDs. UConn commit Kareem Burke had a stellar performance on offense as he carried the ball 13x for 101yd including a 26yd dash. Burke hauled in his usual long TD bomb (65yds) that he's accustomed to scoring on area defenses. Cincinnati commit, Quincy Burroughs had (4) catches for 64yds and a TD . Senior WR Andrew Stephens joined in on the Vikings' air raid over the Bucs' defense by catching (3) passes for 77yds and 1TD. Senior LB Rashard Hall was all over the field and led the way with (12) tackles. Senior LB Craig Jenkins snagged another interception to bring his season total to (2). The Vikings will be off Friday, and will travel to Main St. To play the Tigers when they return to action.



8. Creekside Knights (2-0)

The Knights defeated the (1-1) Nease Panthers 37-27. The Knights had a commanding 37-14 fourth quarter lead, but the Panthers were able to make things seem closer by adding (2) late TDs. Knights' RB Preston Strope had a huge game rushing for 162yds and 2TDs on 23 carries. Strope had a nice 47yd TD run to tie the game up at seven in the first quarter, and gave the Knights an insurmountable 13-7 second quarter lead on a 15yd TD run. The Knights defense would play stellar in the second half as they opened up the third quarter with a forced fumble by Ian Mooney. Nease would collect (2) more turnovers to keep Nease's offense off track. Knights' QB Jacob Dennie played great going 12/18 206yds and 3TDs. WR Maxwell Robinson had 6 catches for 106yds. Creekside will host (1-1) Fleming Island. Nease will host (1-1) Orange Park who's coming off a blowout win over Ridgeview.


9. Ed White Commanders (1-0)

Bye due to Covid-19. Next at (2-0) Suwannee 9/17


10. Clay

The Blue Devils had a bye and will travel to play (0-2) Bradford


11. St. Augustine Yellow Jackets (1-0)

The Jackets stung the Falcons 44-0 in their season opener at home. After a late 1st quarter rushing TD by Tyson Campbell the game would get completely out of hand as the Jackets would score (24) points in the 2nd quarter by way of a Diego Rivera recovered muffed punt in the endzone, a field goal, a 39yd TD reception from Riley Stevens to Treyvion Beamon, and a 40yd rushing TD from Devote Lyons. The Jackets would lead it 31-0 at the break. St. Augustine's Tyler Dirden 50yd third quarter TD run would start the running clock, and would add another TD on a 15yd run by Tyshawn Campbell before the running clock expired. The Yellow Jackets will travel to Duval to take on the (2-0) Bolles Bulldogs.



12. Bishop Kenny Crusaders (2-0)

The Crusaders are off to their hottest start since 2017 by taking care of business against the (1-1) Englewood Rams 24-12. With another 3 TD performance, Crusaders' sophomore QB James Resar continues to validate being selected as DKF #1 2024 prospect going into highschool. After falling behind 6-0 on a Rams' Sajari Love TD , BK's Jayden Harris gave his team a huge spark by forcing a fumble. Resar would cash in on the turnover with a 18yd TD run. Nick Ruen's 2pt run would give BK the 8-6 lead. BK's defense would come up huge again by forcing a turnover on down, on 4th and goal from the 9yd line. Resar would strike again with 1:28 remaining in the 2nd quarter as he hooked up with Andrew Tabor for a 28yd TD.The Crusaders would lead 15-6 at the half. Sajari Love would get the Rams back on the board with another TD run. After failing to covert the 2pt try, the Rams would now be down 15-12 in the top of the 3rd quarter. With 3:24 to play in the third, Resar would score his 3rd TD on a 15yd run.

Jake Moran, Michael Leonard combined for a 4th quarter safety to put a cap on the Crusaders' win. BK will travel play at (0-2) Stanton Friday.



13. Fleming Island (1-1)

After a long weather delay Fleming Island grounded the high flying Hawks of Lake Minneola 6-0. The shut out was impressive as the Hawks were coming off a 71-0 win over Tohopekaliga. Speedster, Sam Singleton outraced the Hawks for a 80yd TD run in the first quarter for the game's only score. Singleton would finish the night with (25) carries 142yds. Singleton also had (2) receptions for 27yds. Golden Eagles LB Abram Wright played lights out on defense logging several sacks. Wright blitzed the Hawks all game and reeked havoc on their offense for numerous TFLs. LN Jhace Edwards made a living in the Hawks' backfield as well, and ended any chance Lake Minneola had to win on 4th and long by coming up with a huge sack fumble. The Golden Eagles will be back on the road for a third straight week to take on (2-0) Creekside Knights.



14. Terry Parker Braves (1-1)

The Braves defeated (1-1) Fletcher Senators I'm a hard fought defensive battle. The Braves 9-7 win was their first time collection one in the win column against the Senators since 2006.

Fletcher QB Keely Watson have his unit the early lead on a short 2yd TD run. Late in the third quarter Jhayrold Calderon would nail a 24yd fg to keep the Braves close. In the bottom of the fourth quarter senior Demani Dent had a 40yd catch and run to set up the go ahead 20yd TD run by Justin Drayton. Drayton finished the night with (8) carries for 33yds, and (1) reception for 16yds. Braves' DB Anthony Glover intercepted a late pass to help Parker hang on for the win. The Braves to travel to face (0-2) Wolfson Wolfpack.


15. Sandalwood Saints (1-1)

The Saint fell to the Gainesville Buchholz Bobcats 34-7. Saints' QB finished the night with (21) carries for 190yds and a third quarter TD run. In the passing game, Calhoun went 14/25 115yds. Kyle Boylston grab six of those passes for 59yd, and Jordan Cartrell hauled in (4) for 39yds. The Saints will trav to face (1-1) Atlantic Coast Friday.

Week-3 9/10 Matchups

Baldwin (0-0) at Westside (1-1), 6:30 p.m.

Jackson (1-1) at Fletcher (0-2), 6:30 p.m.

Madison County (0-1) at UC (2-0), 7:30 p.m.

Mandarin (0-2) at First Coast (0-2), 6:30 p.m.

North Florida Educational (0-1) at St. Jo (0-1)

Orange Park (1-1) at Nease (1-1)

Parker (1-1) at Wolfson (0-2), 6:30 p.m.

Paxon (1-1) at Hilliard (2-0)

Pt. Orange Atlantic (0-2) at F. Palm Coast (1-0)

Providence (0-2) at Fernandina Beach (0-2)

Riverside (2-0) at Ribault (0-2), 6:30 p.m.

St. Augustine (1-0) at Bolles (2-0), 7:30 p.m.

Sandalwood (1-1) at Atlantic Coast (1-1), 6:30

Tallahassee Lincoln (1-1) at Bartram Trail (2-0)

Tocoi Creek (0-1) at Keystone Heights (2-0)

Weeki Wachee (0-2) at Palatka (0-1)

West Nassau (0-1) at Yulee (1-1)

Zarephath Academy (1-0) at Trinity (2-0), 7:30

Matanzas (1-0) at Deltona (1-1)

Menendez (1-1) at Ridgeview (0-1)

Baker County (1-1) at Ponte Vedra (1-1)

Bell Creek (0-1) at Christ’s Church (2-0)

Bishop Kenny (2-0) at Stanton (0-2), 6:30 p.m.

Bronson (1-1) at Bishop Snyder (0-1)

Englewood (1-1) at Episcopal (0-2)

Fleming Island (1-1) at Creekside (2-0)

Cedar Creek Christian (0-1) at Eagle’s View (1-0)

Clay (1-0) at Bradford (0-2), 7:30 p.m.

Columbia (1-1) at Oakleaf (2-0)

BYE:Middleburg, Raines, White.



DreamKingFilmz Top 15 Power Polls Week 1


1. Trinity Conquerors 1-0


2. Riverside Generals 1-0


3. Bolles Bulldogs 1-0


4. Bartram Trail Bears 1-0


5. Ed White Commanders 1-0


6. Sandalwood Saints 1-0

7. UC Christians 1-0


8. Westside Wolverines 1-0

9. Clay Blue Devils 1-0 to


10. Oakleaf Knights 1-0


11. Atlantic Coast Stingrays 1-0


12. Raines Vikings 0-1


13. Creekside Knights 1-0


14. Kenny Crusaders 1-0


15. Fletcher Senators 0-1



Week 1 final scores


Trinity 24 Raines 18

Ed White 20 Wakulla 13

Riverside 28 Parker 3

Westside 13 Jackson 0

Sandalwood 19 Fletcher 15

Atlantic Coast 27, Mandarin 24

Baker County 28, Bradford 12

Christ’s Church 26, Harvest 14

Clay 21, Fleming Island 14

Columbia 46, Delray Beach Am. Heritage 23

Dakota Ridge (Littleton, Colo.) 23, First Coast 20

Bartram Trail 24, Tallahassee Rickards 7

UC 37, Pensacola Washington 27

Zarephath Academy 34, Young Kids in Motion 0

Christ’s Church 26, Harvest 14

Clay 21, Fleming Island 14

Columbia 46, Delray Beach Am. Heritage 23

Keystone Heights 34, Fernandina Beach 6

Menendez 29, Matanzas 0

Middleburg 58, Stanton 0

Nease 14, Ponte Vedra 7

Dakota Ridge (Littleton, Colo.) 23, First Coast 20

Bishop Kenny 31, Providence 0



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