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Arash Markazi
September 24, 2007
UNDISPUTED NO. 1 Before 31,896 at SMU's Ford Stadium in Dallas and a national TV audience, No. 2 Miami Northwestern beat No. 1 Southlake (Texas) Carroll 29-21 last Saturday night, thanks in part to wideout Tommy Streeter, who had four receptions for 140 yards and touchdowns of 32, 19 and 75 yards. Quarterback Jacory Harris (above) added a fourth TD pass to fellow Miami recruit Aldarius Johnson in the contest between the reigning champions from the largest classes of the two football-crazed states. "We did it for the state of Florida," Harris said. Carroll, which committed five turnovers, lost for just the second time since 2001.
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September 24, 2007

National Notebook

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UNDISPUTED NO. 1
Before 31,896 at SMU's Ford Stadium in Dallas and a national TV audience, No. 2 Miami Northwestern beat No. 1 Southlake ( Texas) Carroll 29-21 last Saturday night, thanks in part to wideout Tommy Streeter, who had four receptions for 140 yards and touchdowns of 32, 19 and 75 yards. Quarterback Jacory Harris (above) added a fourth TD pass to fellow Miami recruit Aldarius Johnson in the contest between the reigning champions from the largest classes of the two football-crazed states. "We did it for the state of Florida," Harris said. Carroll, which committed five turnovers, lost for just the second time since 2001.

SHORT BUT SWIFT
Lake Oswego (Ore.) senior running back Zach Young—all 5'8", 165 pounds of him—ran 31 times for 159 yards and two of the Lakers' three TDs in a 21--0 victory over two-time Class 6A champion Jesuit, ending the Crusaders' 28-game winning streak. Lake Oswego more than doubled Jesuit's output of total yards (381 to 179) and first downs (23 to 10).

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