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Brevard County Football Playoffs – Week 2

Class 7 A

Viera 42, Lyman 0

The Viera Hawks made it look easy against the Lyman Greyhounds on Friday, as seen right here on Brevard Sports Network, as they rolled to a 42-point victory.

As they did last week, Viera started the game with an onside kick. They recovered and the offense got rolling when CJ Simms found Caleb Osburn with a 15-yard touchdown pass.

Connor Yancey would then intercept a pass giving Viera decent field position and Aidan Davis finished off the drive with an 11-yard touchdown, making it 14-0 with 5:05 left in the quarter. It took the Hawks just 1:10 into the second quarter when CJ Simms ripped off a 12-yard touchdown run, giving Viera a 21-0 lead.

Simms found Cohen Graham-Johnson for a 34-yard connection, boosting the lead to 28-0. 

After an A.J. Floyd interception at the 4-yard line of Lyman, Simms threw one up to Zak Sedaros, who made a great catch and turned on the afterburners, going 96 yards for the score, giving Viera a 35-0 lead. Yancey made his second interception of the night, keeping Lyman out of the end zone in the first half. That triggered the running clock to start the second half.

Dylan Burk started the second half under center for Viera. He threw a late touchdown to Dominick Gentile for the final score of the night, a 40-yard hookup. Viera will now face Edgewood next Friday.

Class 6A

Bradenton Southeast 33, Bayside 26

The Bayside Bears comeback fell short against Bradenton Southeast, as the Bears came up a touchdown short. Bayside got on the board first with Logan Brabham finding Donnie Cullen from 55 yards out. Bradenton went on to score the next two touchdowns and took a 13-7 lead at the end of the first quarter.

A Justus Durant 70 yard scoop-and-score tied things up at 13, but Bradenton scored two unanswered touchdowns and led 27-13 at the half.

The two teams traded touchdowns in the third quarter with Brabham’s 80-yard pass to Michael Parkes. Brabham and Cullen would hook up one more time for a 67-yard score, but Bayside ran out of time and finished the season at 4-5.   

Class 5A

Rockledge 62, Estero 0

The Raiders rolled to an easy victory over Estero, scoring 35 points on just 10 plays to start the game.  Elias Allen had two touchdown runs in the quarter and quarterback Bryce Norton’s had two touchdown passes on the night, to go with a 33-yard run in the third quarter. Rian Black caught a 46-yard pass from Norton and Raheim Sanders had the longest run of the night, covering 49 yards in that big first quarter.

With the win, Rockledge improved to 7-1.

Eau Gallie 48 Jensen Beach 20

Cade Ross had four touchdown passes for the Commodores in a convincing win over Jensen Beach. 

Kameron Blevins was on the receiving end of a 57-yard pass from Ross to start the scoring. Jensen Beach tied it up as the two teams headed to the second quarter. Ross connected with Jamari Nelson twice in the second quarter, from 38 and 24 yards out. With that, the Commodores held a 21-13 lead at the half.

Eau Gallie took control in the third quarter with touchdown runs from Isiah River-Rodriguez and T.J. Johnson, coupled with a Ross pass to Tre Blake, good for 68 yards and the score. Rivers-Rodriguez capped the scoring with an eight-yard run. 

The win moved Eau Gallie to 6-1.

Class 4A

Cocoa 62, Hudson 0

The Cocoa Tigers kept their undefeated season alive with a lopsided victory over Hudson. The Tigers scored 34 points in the first quarter alone. O.J. Ross had a 30-yard run and caught a 34-yard pass from D.J. Arroyo to kickstart the blowout. A.J. Williams had a 45-yard pick-6, giving Cocoa a 20-0 lead. Arroyo found Davis Mallinger for a 15-yard touchdown and Tay-Tay Farmer finished the quarter with a 70-yard run to the house.

Donte Cook’s 13-yard run along with Arroyo finding Donavon Giles from 10 yards out, ending the second quarter. Jaden Edgecombe scored from three yards out and Eumari Dixon’s 20-yard run capped the scoring.

The Tigers will now take on Tampa Catholic next week

Class 3A

John Carroll 48, Holy Trinity 13

The Holy Trinity Tigers season came to an end Friday night with a loss to a very strong John Carroll team. The Tigers watched John Carroll score the first four touchdowns of the night, including three in the first quarter. 

Holy Trinity quarterback Davin Wydner got the Tigers on the board with a 67-yard toss to James Blackstrain with 3:23 to go in the first half. After another John Carroll touchdown, Wydner found John Bowden with a 66-yard touchdown pass. That was the final touchdown of the Tigers season. They finish the season 5-4.



The Satellite Scorpions took home the Division 2 championship with a win over the Mustangs. This was the seventh victory of the season for the Scorps and only the second loss for Merritt Island.