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Marco Eagles overpower FBA, 32-0

See larger Marco Island Charter Middle School's Zach West just misses a catch in the Eagles romp over First Baptist Academy, 32-0, on Thursday.

Marco Island Charter Middle School's Zach West just misses a catch in the Eagles romp over First Baptist Academy, 32-0, on Thursday.

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 Marco Island Charter Middle School's Tyler Gresham leaps over his last obstacle for a touchdown in the Eagles 32-0 win over First Baptist Academy on Thursday.
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 Marco Island Charter Middle School's Emmanuelle Meurgue's extra-point kick sailed through the uprights in the Eagles 32-0 win over First Barptist Academy.
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 Jay Vanderjagt (13), Marco Island Charter Middle School quarterback, threw for a record 178 yards, but this time was on the receiving end of a 21-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Gresham in the team's 32-0 win over First Baptist Academy on Thursday.
  • Marco Island Charter Middle School's Zach West just misses a catch in the Eagles romp over First Baptist Academy, 32-0, on Thursday.
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 First Baptist Academy's Joe Sporacio benefitted by good blocking, gains 15 yards, but his team couldn't put points on the board, losing to the Marco Island Charter Middle School, 32-0, on Thursday.
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With Tyler Gresham ready to block, quarterback Jay Vanderjagt drops back to pass in Marco Island Charter Middle School's 32-0 win over First Baptist. Vanderjagt threw  for a record 178 yards, including a touchdown. Gresham added a 21-yard pass to Vanderjagt for a touchdown, giving a total passing yardage record of 199 yards.
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Marco Island Charter Middle School's Vinnie Moeller hauls down FBA's Joe Sporacio in the Eagles 32-0 win over FBA.

The Marco Island Charter Middle School just had too much firepower in downing First Baptist Academy 32-0.

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