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In a battle of unbeatens, No. 7 Winter Park dominated the second half to halt Evans’ early-season momentum with a 35-0 victory at Showalter Field.
Tyrone Davis sparked Winter Park (4-0) with 68 rushing yards and a touchdown in the opening half, propelling the Wildcats to a 7-0 lead at intermission.
Tyrone Davis ran for 109 yards and two scores against Evans Friday night. (Max Fay/Orlando Sentinel)"Our defense played with tremendous effort tonight," said Winter Park head coach Tim Shifflet. "Evans has a good football team and I'm really proud of how we held their offense in check."
The go-ahead score came with 6:23 in the second quarter when Davis broke free for a 31-yard touchdown. Davis' score was setup by a 40-yard interception return from Winter Park senior Michael Lopez.
Winter Park defensive back Michael Lopez intercepts a pass from Evans quarterback Deandre Moody in the second quarter of the Wildcats win Friday night. (Max Fay/Orlando Sentinel)"I don't know if it was the hurricane, or what it was, but we didn't play well in the first half," Shifflet said. "We had a gut-check moment at halftime and I'm proud of the way we responded."
Coming out of halftime, Lopez continued to be the difference. Following his second interception, Winter Park's offense drove 51 yards on eight plays to increase its lead to 15-0.
Wildcats quarterback Cameron LeGree capped the drive with a 1-yard score.
Winter Park would add second-half scores from Davis, Cullen Honohan and sophomore Marcus Clarke to put the contest out of reach.
"Our defensive effort has been there all year and we have to keep making plays on that side of the ball," Shifflet said. "Overall, I'm very proud of our effort tonight."