North Santa Rosa

Week 7

Jay (0-6) @ Baker (4-0)—7:00pm

The Royals are coming off another lopsided loss. Last week Jay was Northview’s homecoming and fell to the Chiefs, 54-13. Grant Barrow for the Royals ran for 90 yards on 10 carries against Northview, while Luke Gandy added 34 yards on 15 attempts in last week’s defeat. For Jay to have a chance against the Gators, controlling the clock and limiting the Gators’ offensive possessions is paramount. The ground game will be uber important for the Royals.

Defensively, Jay knows what they have to do against Baker. The Gators running back, Kayleb Wagner, is a one man show that earlier in the year set the FHSAA single game rushing record. Here is a link to that story. (If that doesn’t work, copy and paste into your browser).–after-breaking-florida-rushing-record-with-535-yards,-one-handed-running-back-kayleb-wagner-gets-congratulatory-message-from-derrick-henry.htm–florida-running-back-averages-60-yards-per-touchdown-run-and-four-other-friday-fun-facts.htm

Pensacola High (1-3) @ Milton (2-3)—7:30pm

It’s homecoming for the Panthers as they host PHS. Last week, Milton lost a close game to Washington 25-22. Milton’s three losses are by a combined 23 points. PHS got it’s first win of the season last week by defeating Panama City Arnold, 35-21. Look for Milton to pound the run game early and take control of this one from the beginning to give the Panther faithful something to cheer about for 2021 homecoming.

Quincy Munroe (5-1) @ Pace (2-3)—7:30pm

Pace was off last week. This week they are hosting 2A Munroe out of Quincy. The Patriots’ two wins come from beating 0-7 Tate and 1-3 PHS. After this week, the Patriot’s schedule gets considerably tougher with Navarre, Crestview, Milton, and Washington. Although Munroe is the much smaller school, they should prove to be a challenging foe for the Patriots, at least early on.


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