I'm not able to offer much direct criticism, because I've only watched a live, NFHS robo-cam stream one time. It's possible most of the calls were justified. Calls that stood out were: 1) a play in the 2nd quarter where the Venice QB was stopped for a loss, but his helmet came off during the tackle, and the officials awarded a 15-yard facemask penalty and then turned it into a 30-yard penalty for some sort of unsportsmanlike conduct. Very weird for a play that lost yardage to be awarded to a 30-yard gain! 2) A play late in the 4th where the Venice QB awkwardly tossed the ball to the sidelines with no one there and wasn't charged with intentional grounding.
I've said before that I think the HS rule where offsides is called when a defender is neither offsides when the ball is snapped, nor makes contact with the offense, but is merely in the neutral zone with no snap occurring, is dumb. Venice got Lakeland on that roughly 27 times the last two spring games.