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Week 7 Monday night Florida high school football rewind

East Lake scores 27 unanswered points to defeat Steinbrenner; Merritt Island hands Eau Gallie first loss of the season

Hurricane Ian forced a slew of games to get games to get moved from last week on over to Monday night for many areas of the state. Last night featured games being played from Jacksonville over to Tampa Bay and down south in West Palm Beach and Miami areas as well. There was plenty of great action that took place all throughout the state of Florida and we’ve got all the scores and picked out a few games that stood out in Week 7 action.

The Gulf Buccaneers are now winners of four in a row. 

The Gulf Buccaneers are now winners of four in a row. 

East Lake 55, Steinbrenner 54: Down 54-28 at one point in the game, things looked very bleak for the East Lake Eagles on the road against the Steinbrenner Warriors. Despite the situation, the Eagles stormed back with 27 unanswered points to pull off the stunning come-from-behind victory against the Warriors. Down 54-28 in the third quarter, the Eagles battled back to pickup win No. 5 on the season.

Calvary Christian 42, Berkeley Prep 10: The Warriors made their statement last night that they are coming for a district championship in Class 2A-Metro, District 7 championship. Calvary Christian made sure to send that message to Berkeley Prep as they rolled to a 31-point victory at ‘The Rock’. Calvary Christian quarterback Jacob Drackett connected with Sean Cuono on a touchdown pass that gave the Warriors a 14-0 lead and eventually were up 21-10 by halftime.

Eastside 14, North Marion 6: In a Alachua County vs. Marion County matchup, the Rams were able to get by the Colts in a defensive matchup. North Marion came into the game as one of the hottest teams heading into Week 7 games, but Eastside had other ideas. Maurice Johnson scored on a fumble recovery and Daijon Johnson returned a kickoff return for a score.

Merritt Island 14, Eau Gallie 13: Up against an undefeated Eau Gallie team and coming off a disappointing 20-6 loss to Palm Bay Heritage in their last outing the Mustangs came back with a vengeance. Merritt Island got a strong defensive effort en route to handing Eau Gallie its first loss of the season. The Mustangs have now improved to 3-2 through five games.

Gulf 47, Citrus 13: The Buccaneers took another step closer towards trying to win their first district championship in school history, blowing by the Hurricanes at Des Little Stadium. Up just 13-7 at halftime, Gulf went on a big run in the second half and out-scored Citrus 34-6 in the final two quarters.

Other 10-3-2022 Monday night scores

Pasco 39, Cypress Creek 18

Vero Beach 47, Fort Pierce Central 7

Wellington 36, Forest Hill 7

Palm Beach Central 58, Leonard 20

West Boca Raton 21, Deerfield Beach 17

Cardinal Newman 40, John Carroll 7

Williston 42, Newberry 19

Zephyrhills 42, Wesley Chapel 0

Flagler Palm Coast 20, Ponte Vedra 17

Westwood 21, Okeechobee 14

East Bay 53, Spoto 6

Baker County 42, West Nassau 0

McArthur 30, Hollywood Hills 0

Bishop Kenny 31, Wolfson 0

Bolles 45, Episcopal 7

First Coast 36, Englewood 6

Jefferson County 36, FAMU 12

Jensen Beach 28, Port St. Lucie 0

Victory Christian Academy 40, Zephyrhills Christian Academy 12

Land O’Lakes 17, Mitchell 7

Tampa Bay Tech 75, Tampa Freedom 0

Gaither 24, Hillsborough 21

Jesuit 71, Leto 0

Middleton 49, Chamberlain 0

Plant 17, Strawberry Crest 0

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Wharton 20, Armwood 13

Largo 31, Countryside 0

Newsome 29, Riverview 12

Suwannee 38, Taylor County 0

Middleburg 44, Ridgeview 6

Edison 45, LaSalle 8

Bell 40, Seven Rivers Christian 27

Boynton Beach 55, Somerset Canyons 14

South Sumter 50, Crystal River 0

Monarch 62, Olympic Heights 0

Cooper City 14, Flanagan 6

Gulliver Prep 44, Killian 6

St. Brendan 21, Miami Springs 14

Everglades 21, Hialeah American 13

Fletcher 28, Terry Parker 12

Trinity Catholic 56, St. Joseph 0

Orlando Christian Prep 31, The First Academy 7

Bayside 7, Satellite 3

Dwyer 14, Pahokee 12

Palm Harbor University 10, Tampa Sickles 0

Douglas 33, Coral Springs 0

Plant City 37, Alonso 12

Durant 14, Sumner 13

Centennial 14, Martin County 13

Seminole 14, Osceola 0

Springstead 21, Wiregrass Ranch 3

Bradford County 38, Keystone Heights 0

St. Augustine 42, Matanzas 7

St. Petersburg 47, Northeast 46

Lakewood 37, Boca Ciega 7

Bloomingdale 33, Lennard 0

Doral Academy 30, Goleman 14

Calvary Christian 36, Coral Springs Charter 14

Andy Villamarzo can be reached at andyvillamarzo@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @Andy_Villamarzo.