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Miami Central Repeats In 6A With 46-0 Win

TALLAHASSEE – Was there ever a doubt that Miami Central wouldn’t bring home another state title?

On Friday afternoon, the 8-1 Rockets added a seventh state title to their trophy case with a dominating 46-0 win over a Lake Minneola team that had enjoyed its best season in school history.

Outgaining the Hawks an amazing, 528-87, the Rockets did what they wanted – combining a more than efficient passing game with a solid running game.

After exchanging drives, the Rockets took the lead at the 6:36 mark of the first quarter when sophomore quarterback Keyone Jenkins, who completed eight of 16 for 160 yards and 3 scores, found junior Zaylan Reese from 16 yards out for a 6-0 lead.

Central extended the lead to 12-0 on a 24-yard strike from Jenkins to Robert McMinn at the 3:55 mark of the first quarter. McMinn, who came over from Miami Norland this season, finished with 71 yards on 2 reception.

Texas A&M-bound running back Amari Daniels took it in from the 14 for and 18-0 advantage after the first quarter. Daniels helped out the cause with a 172-yard, 2-touchdown effort.

The point barrage continued for the Rockets at the 8:34 mark of the second quarter on a Jenkins to Yulkeith Brown 8-yard scoring pass and a 24-0 advantage. Brown came back later in the game with an interception.

Junior running back Ghana Oboh made it 32-0 with 3:58 left in the first half on a 3-yard run.

Daniels scored once again on the opening drive of the third quarter on a 1-yard run at the 8:52 mark. The two-point conversion made it 40-0.

The Rockets closed out the scoring with 4:06 left when sophomore quarterback Dyllan Tulloch found fellow 10th grader Lamar Seymour from 24 yards out and a 46-0 advantage.


Both teams had a number of gifted players out on the field Friday afternoon – on defense.

Among those for the Rockets featured Rhoody Jean Louis, Terrence Lewis, Rueben Bain, Eddrin Lollar, Elijah Vaughn, Stefon Young-Rolle, Wesley Bissainthe and Chester Fearon.

For Lake Minneola, Ethon Cole, Drake Harwell, Ralph Ortiz, Kyeaure Magliore, Miguel Watts, Tyler Fields, Dylan Tomaselli and Brendan Flakes.


The Rockets had so many contributors in the title game. Among those were junior Oboh and receiver Trent Henry.

For Lake Minneola, Robbie Sanders and Isaiah Shannon.

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