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High School Football Week 6

Clay Today Sports
Posted 10/14/20

Week six

Oct. 16

Clay (1-9, district 5-5A) at Pedro Menendez (7-3, district 5-5A)

Game One: Clay beats University Christian 33-12, Palatka loses to Fleming IslandGame Two: Clay beats Orange …

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High School Football Week 6


Week six

Oct. 16

Clay (1-9, district 5-5A) at Pedro Menendez (7-3, district 5-5A)

Game One: Clay beats University Christian 33-12, Palatka loses to Fleming Island
Game Two: Clay beats Orange Park 47-13, Palatka lost to Ponte Vedra
Game Three: Palatka game cancelled
Game Four: Clay beats Eastside 41-14, West Nassau: beat Palatka 43-6, beat Yulee 7-0, lost to Baldwin 36-31
Game Five: Clay beats West Nassau 50-22, Menendez (2-2) Lost Ed White 38-30, Beat Eastside 28-3, Lost to Ponte Vedra 37-10, Beat Englewood 55-35.

Menendez got bounced in first round of playoffs, but they are always dangerous. Clay keeping their roll going. Ton of returners at all levels. Could be ugly.
Oakleaf (7-3, 8A) at Mandarin (7-4, district 1-8A
Game One: Beat Buchholz 35-14, University Christian lost to Clay
Game Two: Lost to Lowndes Co. (GA) 37-17 , University Christian beats Bradford
Game Three: Beat University Christian 45-28
Game Four: Lost to Camden County, GA 25-12
Game Five: Beat Fleming Island 29-22 in OT, Mandarin (1-3) Beat Atlantic Coast 14-0, Lost to Bartram Trail 26-13, Lost to Lee 25-20, Lost to Trinity Christian 33-7.

Mandarin stole the playoffs from Oakleaf last year with 34-33 win after putting 28 up on St. Thomas Aquinas. Mr. Florida QB Carson Beck is at U of Georgia. Walter Simmons needs a playoff level win. Simmons to Anthony crushing.

Ridgeview (1-9, district 5-5A) vs. Eastside (2-8, district 5-5A)
Game One: Ridgeview beats Wolfson 28-7, Fleming Island beats Palatka
Game Two: Ridgeview beats Middleburg 35-0, Fleming Island beats Fletcher
Game Three: Ridgeview lost to Fleming Island 33-10
Game Four: Ridgeview beat Orange Park 18-14; Middleburg lost to Lee 54-8
Game Five: Ridgeview beat Middleburg 34-27, Eastside (0-4)

This one last year was Knauss' first win. He should have more by now.

Fleming Island (10-1, lost in 7A region semifinal) vs. First Coast (3-6, district 2-7A)

Game One: Beat Palatka 29-7
Game Two: Beat Fletcher 28-20
Game Three: Beat Ridgeview 33-10
Game Four: Beat Creekside 26-23
Game Five: Lost to Oakleaf 29-22 OT, First Coast (2-1) Lost to Creekside 35-0, Beat West Nassau 28-21, Beat Yulee 33-0.

This was a big deal a few years ago, but the steak has simmered a bit with First Coast not keeping hot. First Coast coach Marty Lee has had five straight losings seasons after a 12-1 2014 that got them a region final against state champion Apopka. That's odd.

Middleburg (3-7, district 2-6A) at Orange Park (5-5, district 5-5A)

Game One: Lost to St. Augustine 49-0, Englewood lost to Andrew Jackson
Game Two: Lost to Ridgeview 35-0, Englewood lost to Episcopal
Game Three: Lost to Englewood 34-20
Game Four: Lost to Lee 54-8, Ridgeview beat Orange Park 18-14
Game Five: Lost to Ridgeview 34-27

Game One: Lost to Baker County 49-0, Raines lost to 7A runnerup Venice
Game Two: Lost to Clay 47-13, Raines lost to GA 7A region semifinalist Camden County
Game Three: Lost to Raines 56-0
Game Four: Lost to Ridgeview 18-14
Game Five: Beat Bishop Kenny 38-35, Middleburg lost to Ridgeview 34-27


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