After 24 day layoff, No. 5 St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) beats Stranahan (FL)

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St. Thomas Aquinas’ defense didn’t show any rust Monday night in the Raiders 44-0 shutout of Stranahan.  STA (3-0), which hadn’t played a game in 24 days due to Hurricane Irma, held the Dragons to minus-31 yards of total offense.

St. Thomas Aquinas, No. 5 in the latest High School Football America Top 100, now has two shutouts this season and only allowed three points overall.  The Raiders will now travel to Arizona to take-on Centennial (5-0), which is ranked No. 4 in the latest High School Football America Arizona Top 10.

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Stranahan is in the middle of playing three games in seven days due to the Hurricane.  The Dragons between Hallandale Friday and will play Dillard on Thursday.

 

 

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