Brevard High School football summary of the week 4 games of September 17
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Merritt Island, Rockledge and Satellite are the District 8-5A’s remaining three unbeaten after the Week 4 games. The Mustangs took control early and knocked out Palm Bay, 44-12.
Sean Mayo, Maddox Moss and Jacob Woods each intercepted passes for the Mustangs. Woods came in in the third period and returned 24 yards for a touchdown.
Brady Denaburg threw touchdown passes from 65 and 1 yards to Dallas Donahue as Merritt Island took a 24-0 lead at halftime. Bridger Koby caught one for 68 yards in the third.
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Both teams are leaving next week. The Pirates will host Rockledge on October 1 and Merritt Island will visit Titusville.
Rockledge 31, Bayside 7
In District 8-5A, the Bears were within two touchdowns heading into the fourth quarter, but the Raiders shut them out the rest of the way.
Rockledge remained perfect, now 4-0. Anthony Bridgewater, Daryl Smith, Jaylen Howard and LJ Watkins all scored touchdowns at McLarty Stadium. For the visitors, Justus Durant registered his ninth on floor this season.
Bayside (2-1) will host Ft. Pierce Central in Week 5 and the Raiders host Deerfield Beach. Both are out of district games.
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Astronaut 21, Space Coast 7
The War Eagles held a touchdown lead before Larry Lee scored 25 yards at the end of the third at Titusville.
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The War Eagles, which rose to 1-2, then host the MCC, while the Vipers host Heritage.
Satellite 44, Titusville 6
Two former independents opened the District 8-5A competition on Friday, and the Scorps scored three times in the first quarter en route to a fourth win in four weeks.
Eddie Combs caught 2 and 65-yard touchdown passes from Gage Malkin. The Satellite quarterback posted four scores, including a 10-yard run.
Titusville’s score came on an 86-yard kickoff return at the end of the first half.
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The Scorps will host Weekie Watchee on Friday and the Terriers will be at home against Palm Beach Christian.
Eau Gallie 35, Gate 6
The Commodores tied their overall record at 2-2, winning their first District 7-6A game in Kissimmee.
They scored 15 seconds into the game on a kick-off return from Curlie Spencer. Eau Gallie turned a blocked punt into a score before the end of the opening period.
The Commodores are visiting Viera next week.
Melbourne 28, St. Cloud 6
In 7-7A, the Bulldogs returned two interceptions for touchdowns in the district’s opener on the road.
The Bulldogs play Sebastian River for Week 5.
Holy Trinity 27, Interlachen 16
In Interlachen, DayDay Farmer ran 55 yards to the end zone for Holy Trinity’s first score, reducing his deficit to 8-7 at 10:10 of the second period. He added another score on a 21-yard passing combination with Ty Englehart in the third, giving him 12 touchdowns for the season.
Farmer came into the night tied for the state lead with 10 TDs.
Englehart scored on his own 13-yard run in the fourth.
The Tigers host Windermere Prep on Friday.
Auburndale 20, Heritage 0
The 7-6A teams opened their seasons with a victory for the Bloodhounds at home.
The Panthers, now 1-2, will play Space Coast in Week 5.
Viera to East River
The Hawks’ 7-7A game has been postponed due to weather.
The teams will meet in East River for a game at 10 a.m. on Saturday. The Hawks play at home against Eau Gallie on Friday.
North Florida Educational 48, Cocoa Beach 0
Cocoa Beach lost at home on Friday. The Minutemen are at home against Halifax Christian in Week 5.
Freedom at MCC, canceled
The Hustlers visit Astronaut on Friday.
Viera at East River, 10 a.m.
World of Knowledge at Merritt Island Christian, 4 p.m.
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