1 — The number of times the Cardinal Mooney High football team found the end zone in its 17-7 loss to Clearwater Central Catholic Sept. 28.
27 — The number of yards of The Out-of-Door Academy senior Sean Kirshe’s field goal in overtime of the Thunder’s 40-37 come-from-behind victory over Class 2A-District 6 rival Evangelical Christian Sept. 28. Kirshe also hit a 27-yard field goal in the first quarter.
54 — The number of points the Riverview High girls cross-country team scored to win the Seffner Christian Invitational Sept. 29.
5 — The number of games it took for The Out-of-Door Academy volleyball team to defeat Bradenton Christian in a district match Oct. 1.
3 — The number of Sarasota County football teams who will play their first district games of the season Oct. 5.
25 — The combined number of boys and girls golf teams from Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte Counties who participated in the 19th annual Donald Ross Memorial Invitational Oct. 1, at Sara Bay Country Club.
14 — The number of kills Lauren Hochstetler recorded in Sarasota High’s 3-1 victory over Port Charlotte Oct. 2.
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