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Who Is This FL HS Legend? Antone Smith/Pahokee

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5 hours ago, 561_Fan said:

He broke S. Taylor’s single season rushing TD record of 45 also (maybe he tied it because he was hurt in the title game) I can’t remember 

He tied it with 44.  Later tied by Bubba Brown Osceola in 2007.  Then broke by Kelvin Taylor Glades Day 49 in 2009 then Dee Hart DP 50 in 2010. Derrick Henry Yulee 55 in 2012 and finally Deshawn Smith Nature Coast 66 in 2015

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On 12/1/2019 at 11:54 AM, 561_Fan said:

He broke S. Taylor’s single season rushing TD record of 45 also (maybe he tied it because he was hurt in the title game) I can’t remember 

He was not hurt in the title game, He ran for 250+ yards and Three touchdowns, could've had four, but changed the play at the 3 yard line so the fullback could score!!! 561_Fan

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