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West Orange Times & Observer Saturday, Sep. 10, 2016 1 year ago

Friday Night Scoreboard: Week Three -- Observer Preps

Dr. Phillips, Apopka, Windermere Prep, TFA and Legacy remained undefeated, improving to 3-0.
by: Steven Ryzewski Senior Sports Editor

Here are scores from Week Three games played Sept. 9 (home team on right):


Robert Porcher rises up to deflect a pass attempt by West Orange's Austin Burton.
West Orange 3, Dr. Phillips 40

Quick hit: Panthers (3-0) take back Ol' Orange Crate, shut Warriors (1-2) out of end zone. Photos HERE.


Wekiva 35, University 2

Quick hit: Turnovers help Mustangs (2-1) make it two in a row after opening loss to Dr. Phillips.


Colonial 28, Olympia 54

Quick hit: Titans (2-1) offense shows continued improvement in blowout win over Grenadiers.


DeLand 0, Apopka 35
Deshawn Massey scored two touchdowns for Apopka.

Quick hit: Demetri Burch accounted for three touchdowns and Deshawn Massey scored twice as Blue Darters (3-0) continue dominant start to season. Recap HERE.


Windermere Prep 42, Orangewood Christian 0

Quick hit: Lakers (3-0) continue dominant start to season. All three victories for Windermere Prep have come on the road.


Foundation Academy 42, Carrollwood Day 7

Quick hit: Quarterback Jacob Titus and running back Jaquane Patterson ignite Lions (1-2) offense.


Legacy Charter 35, Jupiter Christian 12

Quick hit: Eagles (3-0) continue surprising start to season with high-powered offensive game.


The First Academy topped CFCA.
The First Academy 28, CFCA 0

Quick hit: Royals (3-0) defense continues strong start to season, has not allowed an offensive touchdown. Photos HERE.


Evans 13, Oak Ridge 24

Quick hit: Trojans (1-2) hang tough, but fall short of starting season 3-0 for first time since 2011.


Winter Park 46, Freedom 13

Quick hit: Patriots (0-2) cannot keep pace with red-hot Wildcats.


BYE — Ocoee

Steven Ryzewski is the Senior Sports Editor for, as well as all three of Observer Media Group's print publications in Orange County. He is a graduate of the University of Central Florida....

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