FHSAA 1A State Flag Football Finals wrapped up with its own version of the "War on I-4" with Robinson High School trying to get its second title in four years and Harmony HIgh School trying to snag its first.  Robinson left a lot of points on the field in Friday night's semifinal game vs. Godby High School.  But, the Knights regrouped for Saturday's game against the Longhorns in a big way.

Knight's Junior Wide Receiver and Team Captain McKenna Tyson, who struggled hanging onto the football in the semifinal, scored the team's first two touchdowns to give the Knights a 13-0 lead at halftime.  Robinson scored on a pick-six in the third quarter to seal the deal, en route to a 20-0 win and the 1A state championship. 

In the 2A championship game, the Seminole Ridge High School Hawks won its fifth championship in seven years, with a 25-7 win over the Martin County Tigers. 

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