Ray Lewis III
became the first player in area history to earn 9,000 career yards, but it took a last minute, goal-line stand for Lake Mary Prep to hold off host Agape Christian 26-24 in a Class 2A, District 4 game on Friday.
Lewis had 80 yards rushing and 2 TDs, 21 yards receiving, an 83-yard interception for a TD and a 45-yard kickoff return to help set up one of his TD runs. His total yardage catapulted the Miami-commit to more than 9,000 yards for his career and Lake Mary Prep (8-0, 4-0) to the district title.
Agape Christian (4-4, 3-2) rallied from a 19-0 first-quarter deficit behind the running of Anthony Honor, who rushed for 207 yards and three 2-point conversions.
Lake Mary Prep 26, Agape Christian 24
FIRST—LMP: Lewis III 36 (run failed); LMP: Mark 67 pass from Jones (kick failed). SECOND—LMP: Lewis III 83 interception return (Deluca kick); AC : Reese 45 run (Honor run). THIRD—AC: Honor 14 run (Honor run); LMP: Lewis III 15 run (Deluca kick); AC :Tillman 5 run (Honor run).
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