Week 10 Results For High School Football In Brevard County

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Week 10 Results

Astronaut 14 (3-6) @ Gateway (Kissimmee) 21 (6-4) 
Bayside 0 (0-9) @ Heritage 48 (6-2) FINAL 10/26
Cocoa 45 (8-0) vs vs Pahokee 0 (5-1-1)
Cocoa Beach 6 (5-2) @ Lake Placid (Lake Placid) 35 (3-3) 
Eau Gallie 45 (5-3) @ Sebastian River (Sebastian) 26 (4-4)
Holy Trinity 7 (1-7) vs Seven Rivers Christian 49 (Lecanto) (7-2)
Melbourne 23 (4-3) vs Martin County (Stuart) 41 (3-4) 
MCC 63 (6-3) @ Atlantic (Port Orange) 12 (0-9)  10/26
Merritt Island Christian 55 (1-6) vs Avant Garde Academy 6 (Kissimmee) (0-8)
Merritt Island 38 (5-2) @ Space Coast 0 (3-5)
Titusville (1-8) 0 @ Rockledge 56 (4-3) 
Satellite 51 (6-2) @ Harmony 57 (6-3)
Viera 64 (6-1) vs South Forke (Stuart)  7 (2-6)

Other Games of Note:

Glades Central 40, Cardinal Newman 24
Crescent City 37, Taylor (Pierson) 32
Trinity Prep 70, Halifax Academy 14

Pahokee vs Cocoa

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The defending State Champion Cocoa Tigers host Pahokee Friday night in the Friday Night Locker Room Game of the Week, broadcasted on Space Coast Daily TV.

The Tigers offense is led by senior running back Javian Hawkins, Louisville commit, who leads Brevard County in rushing with 1352 yards and 17 rushing touchdowns on the 2017 season. Averaging over 10-yards a carry, Hawkins and the Cocoa offensive line are showing why they are the best in Class 4A. The Cocoa offensive line has managed to produce over 2100 yards of offense on the ground and averaging over 8-yards a carry for their runners.

Cocoa quarterback Bradley Cantrell has fit in nicely with the offense by throwing for 570 yards and 7 touchdowns on the year. Completing 67-percent of his passes, Cantrell has also shown the ability to make good decisions with the football by only throwing one interception on the year.

Coming off a big win on the road against Bartram Trail 38-21, the Tigers are riding a 17-game win streak that dates back to the early part of the 2016 season.

Friday Night Locker Room’s Orville Susong, Steve Wilson, Sam Martello and Alan Zlotorzynski will provide media coverage of the game on Space Coast Daily TV.

MCC vs Atlantic

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Replay of MCC’s 63-12 win over Atlantic From Port Orange.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Melbourne Central Catholic Hustlers (6-3) spoiled the Atlantic Sharks’ (0-9) Senior Night at Spruce Creek High School’s stadium in Port Orange Thursday night in a game broadcasted on Space Coast Daily TV.

The MCC offense and defense showed no flaws in the first half after jumping out to a 63-0 lead in the first half.

Running clock was administered by game officials in the second half due to the score deficit.

With playoff hopes on the line for Melbourne Central Catholic, and currently sitting in sixth place (36.29) in Class 3A Region 2, the Hustlers are one-point behind the last qualifying playoff spot, held by fourth place Taylor (Pierson) with a 37.29 point average.

Due to Atlantic being classified as a Category 4 opponent, according to the FHSSA, MCC’s win Thursday against Atlantic (0-9) gave the Hustlers 35 points for a total of 289 points earned for 8 games played on the season, calculating to a new point average of 36.13 on the year.

MCC’s win against Tampa Catholic (34-31) back on Sept. 22 is not recognized by the FHSSA point system due to the game not being an originally scheduled game when the season began.

For MCC to make the playoffs, they need:

**Need Taylor (Pierson) lose to Crescent City (5-3), and/or to Keystone Heights (2-5)…

**and Trinity Prep lose to Halifax (4-4) and/or lose to Space Coast (3-4)…

**and Cardinal Newman lose to Glades Central (5-2) and/or to West Boca Raton (3-4)

MCC Hustlers host Fort Pierce Central (2-4) next week for Senior Night from Hustlers Stadium.

Class 3A Region 2 Standings as of Oct. 25, 2017, prepared by the FHSSA.

Space Coast Daily’s Zach Clark and Graham McGowan provided play-by-play coverage from Port Orange on Space Coast Daily TV.


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