It didn’t take long for Seminole to set the tone in its first-round FHSAA playoff game on Nov. 10 against Hagerty.
The visitor’s elected to receive the opening kick-off, unfortunately for the Huskies they fumbled the ball. From there it took Seminole quarterback Karson Siqueiros-Lasky 15 seconds to find the endzone for the first of his four touchdowns in the Noles 42-3 rout.
“The guys came out and we just played our football,” said coach Karl Calhoun. “Karson made some great throws and our receivers made they catches they needed to.”
The senior quarterback was 16-of-20 for 228 yards, no interceptions. His favorite target on the night was fellow senior Michael Key who had five catches for 67 yards and the Noles first touchdown. Justin Rosado had pair of those passes from Siqueiros-Lasky good for two touchdowns and 40 yards receiving.
“We wanted to come out and establish that early and we did. I am just proud of our players,” Calhoun said.
Trey Clark, Rodney Grant, and Kenyon Holden all added touchdowns while kicker Liam Allen converted on all the PATs to round out the Noles scoring on the night.
“It’s important to play mistake-free football in the playoffs, so this was a great way to start,” Calhoun added. “Our guys took care of the ball, passing, running, and played good defense. Again, just happy for our guys.
Seminole hosts Apopka in a rematch of the Noles Homecoming game on Nov. 17. Kick-off is set for 7pm.