LEESBURG — Quarterback Luke Greenman continued his magnificent play Friday night rushing for 100 yards and passing for 169 and three touchdowns to lead All Saints Academy to a 31-0 win over Leesburg First Academy.

Greenman connected with Will Garcia for 20 yards, Mason Baker for a 2-yard score and Riley Kelton for a 17-yard strike to put the Saints up 28-0 at halftime. Greenman put the Saints in front with a 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.

Jackson Gurr’s 35-yard field goal in the second half finished the scoring for the Saints.

“The defense was lights out in the second half,” said Saints head coach Stuart Weiss. “We shut them down on every drive, but I think they were a little rusty, being it was their first game.”

Calvary Christian 17, Fort Meade 0

CLEARWATER — Calvary Christian scored on the first play of the game, added another score in the first half and the Warriors defeated Fort Meade on Friday.

The Miners’ defense held Calvary to just a second-half field goal with seniors Jy’keice Mcowan and Deandre Gibson getting interceptions in the final two quarters.

“The defense played well, especially in the second half, but the offense couldn’t generate any momentum,” said Miners head coach Jemalle Cornelius.

Lakeside Christian 45, Akelynn's Angels 6

ST. PETERSBURG — There were some positives that came out of Akelynn’s Angels’ loss Friday to Lakeside Christian.

Sophomore Josh Carr threw a 40-yard pass to senior receiver Austin Hall, and senior Julian Madridal had an interception.

“Not many positives, but we played much better,” said head coach Chad Moore, whose team has now lost its first two games.