Roundup: Godby too strong for Suwannee

Published: Friday, October 5, 2012 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 12:44 a.m.

TALLAHASSEE —There will be plenty of teaching moments for Godby football coach Ronnie Cottrell this coming week.

For while Godby cruised to a 54-0 victory over Suwannee on Friday night at Gene Cox Stadium, scoring eight touchdowns, it was the undisciplined errors that won’t cut it against tougher District 2-5A opponents.

“We do have a lot of work to do,” Cottrell said. “It was a typical homecoming game — we made too many penalties, too many mistakes.”

Godby (5-0, 1-0) committed two encroachment penalties on Suwannee’s opening drive, only aided by a fumble that turned the ball over.

Cougars’ running back Khalid Thomas then carried for 19 and 22 yards to put the ball in the endzone.

Godby aided Suwannee (2-3, 0-1) with defensive penalties that provided first downs or changed field position.

— Tallahassee Democrat

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 21, UMATILLA 6: At Keystone Heights, the Indians (5-1, 3-0) used a strong second half to earn the victory over Umatilla (4-2) on a rainy Friday evening.

Keystone Heights was led by Alex Gonzalez, who carried the ball 31 times for 85 yards and scored a touchdown from one yard out in the first quarter.

Sean Foray sealed the victory for the Indians when he picked off Umatilla quarterback Joseph Huggins and returned it 83 yards for the score.

Joseph Huggins threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Blake Semento for the Bulldogs’ only score of the game.

TRENTON 61, BRONSON 6: No. 1 Trenton (5-0) was unstoppable in routing Bronson (1-4).

Cedric Stokes ran four times for 121 yards and two touchdowns, a 61-yard run and on a 29-yard pass to lead Trenton, which rushed for 476 yards.

Melvin Adams rushed five times for 111 yards and scores of 15 and 39 yards, while Hunter Parrish rushed five times for 85 yards, including scoring runs of 33 and 11 yards.

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