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set a Seminole County record as Lake Mary Prep (Lake Mary)
(11-0) defeated Deltona Trinity Christian (Deltona) 38-12 during the Class 2A region semifinals.
With his father, NFL star Ray Lewis II watching from the bleachers, the younger Lewis ran for 216 yards and a pair of touchdowns and also passed for one touchdown. His 72-yard touchdown run in the third quarter gave him 89 career touchdowns, breaking the previous record of 88 by former Lake Howell star Marquette Smith.
ran for 484 yards and six touchdowns to spark Banning (Calif.)
to a 71-14 rout of Linfield Christian (Temecula) during the East Valley Division semifinals. Four of his touchdown runs were over 70 yards.
The 5-foot-11, 180-pound senior told the Riverside Press-Enterprise, "I can do anything I put my mind to. I don't feel like unstoppable, but I feel like I can keep doing this."
Linfield Christian coach John Stockham called Hairston "the fastest high school football player I've ever seen."