PHOTO GALLERY: Palm Bay Pirates Cruise By Space Coast, Orlando Christian Takes Care of Holy Trinity

By  //  October 21, 2017

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Images by Space Coast Daily’s Colin Ziemer

Palm Bay’s Michael Alves helps lead the Pirates over Space Coast 50-14. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Space Coast’s Logan Mattia is stuffed by Palm Bay’s Kameron Wood. Pirates win 50-14. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Space Coast’s loss Friday night drops the Vipers to 3-4 on the 2017 season and 1-1 in district play

Space Coast Vipers’ Stone Zeller upended by a slew of Pirates Friday night. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Palm Bay Pirates cruised to a 50-14 win over Space Coast Friday night. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Palm Bay’s victory over Space Coast improves the Pirates’ record to 5-2-1 on the year and 3-1 in the district. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Palm Bay Pirates cruised to a 50-14 win over Space Coast Friday night. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Palm Bay Pirates improved to 5-2-1 on the 2017 season. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Holy Trinity takes the field in week 9 of the high school football season. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Battle of the trenches between Holy Trinity and Orlando Christian Prep. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Holy Trinity WR James-Blackstrain stretches for a one-handed catch. Holy Trinity fell to Orlando Christian Prep 41-8. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Holy Trinity fell to Orlando Christian Prep 41-8. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Holy Trinity fell to Orlando Christian Prep 41-8. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Holy Trinity RB Keyshawn Spencer receives a handoff from QB Preston Milo. Holy Trinity fell to Orlando Christian Prep 41-8. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Orlando Christian Prep’s Devontae-Shingles had their way against Holy Trinity Friday night. Holy Trinity fell to Orlando Christian Prep 41-8. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Holy Trinity’s Lino-Odenat goes 1-on-1 with Orlando Christian Prep’s Devontae Shingles. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

Holy Trinity fell to 1-6 on the 2017 season after Friday night’s loss. (Colin Ziemer, SCD Image)

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