Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Ranch leads county in take-aways

A lot of people are thinking the best job of coaching so far this year might go to the staff at Lakewood Ranch.

After losing its first two quarterbacks because of injuries, the Mustangs have settled in with Zach Larson, who has won two of three since he became a starter.

Lakewood Ranch (4-2) has given up a fair amount of yardage (302 per game, but the Mustangs are the most opportunistic team in the area. They lead Manatee County with 14 take-aways that includes six interceptions.

Of course, the most productive guy has been workhorse Taryn Laws, who has 166 carries, which is 54 more than Bayshore's Dominic Everett, who is second with 106. Laws has 166 yards, which would be higher if he didn't have to play quarterback one game when the starter was knocked out.

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