Griffin Donnelly scored the game's first four touchdowns -- two by land, one by punt return and one by air -- to lead the Saint Stephen's football team to a 47-7 victory over visiting Lake Mary Prep on Friday night at Moore Athletic Complex.
Donnelly scored on two running plays, returned a punt 36 yards for a touchdown and caught a pass for another score.
Saint Stephen's (2-1) also got two touchdowns from Nick Rodhouse and a 41-yard scoring scramble from backup quarterback Bobby Harrison.
Starting quarterback Fred Billy completed 4 of 5 passes for 144 yards and two scores.
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The Falcons gained 300 yards in the first half and enjoyed a 4-0 lead. The second half featured a running clock.
IMG ACADEMY 61, FORT LAUDERDALE DILLARD 0 -- Deondre Francois tossed four touchdown passes, two to Tyler Mabry as the host Ascenders moved to 2-1 with a rout of the Panthers.
Junior cornerback Saivion Smith set an IMG record by intercepting three passes, all in the first quarter. He returned one of them for a 30-yard touchdown. IMG collected seven first-half turnovers.
Running back Jack Wegher hit Tavares Chase on a 44-yard trick play to get the scoring started for the Ascenders, who set a program record last week in a 69-36 win over Prestonwood Christian in Plano, Texas.
OUT-OF-DOOR ACADEMY 42, OCALA ST. JOHN LUTHERAN 0 -- Running back Jason Fineberg led the Thunder with three rushing touchdowns as ODA (2-1) rolled at home.
Najee Rhodes add a score, and quarterback Gus Mahler hit Austin Hoppe and Kolby Ward for scores.
The Thunder led 28-0 and halftime and scored on the first play of the third quarter to trigger a running clock.
CARDINAL MOONEY 40, LAKE PLACID 7 -- Reese Vita threw four touchdown passes, two to Sean Morris Jr. and two to Blair Perry, as the host Cougars improved to 3-0 with a rout of the Green Dragons.
Vita completed 12 of 18 passes for 200 yards. He hit Perry five times for 95 yards and Morris five times for 92 yards. Jaz Mongeon gained 82 yards on seven carries and scored Cardinal Mooney's fifth touchdown.
Robby Howard nailed a 36-yard field goal, and Tyler Garris capped the Cougars' scoring by recording a safety.
BRADENTON CHRISTIAN DEF. TAMPA CITRUS PARK CHRISTIAN -- The Panthers' home football game against the Eagles was canceled because of injuries and ineligibility of players on the Citrus Park Christian roster, according to an email BCS head coach Allan Gerber received Thursday.
BCS received a forfeit victory, hiking its record to 2-1.
The Panthers return to action next Friday with their district home opener against St. Petersburg Canterbury. That game is scheduled for a 7:30 p.m. start.
MANATEE HEAT 3, COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN 0 -- Macenzie Krause led the way for the HEAT, registering 11 aces in a victory over the Crusaders.
Sydney Miller and Hayley Miller added 4 kills apiece for Manatee (5-1).
-- Herald staff reports