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FPC defeated Hagerty 35-6 on Friday, Nov. 1. The Bulldogs' Preston Roberts threw for three touchdowns and receiver Tyrique Graham had 120 receiving yards and one touchdown, which earned them Farm Bureau Player of the Week honors.
Matanzas lost 21-14 to Pedro Menendez to conclude the regular season on Friday, Nov. 1. The Pirates' Aly Louis-Charles and Casey Hamilton were each named Farm Bureau Players of the Week for their performances against the Falcons.
Matanzas defeated Englewood 51-0 the night of Friday, Oct. 25. The Pirates' Skyelar Williams-Michaud was named the Farm Bureau Player of the Week after rushing 14 times for 211 yards and 5 touchdowns.
FPC lost to DeLand 14-7, but the Bulldogs' Guy Burkley recorded 2.5 sacks against DeLand and was named the Farm Bureau Player of the Week.
Matanzas beat Lyman 38-14 the night of Friday, Oct. 18.
Pirates quarterback Demontre Neely was named the Farm Bureau Player of the Week after throwing for 134 yards and two passing touchdowns and rushing for 101 yards and two touchdowns.
Flagler Palm Coast lost to Seminole 34-9, and Matanzas was defeated by St. Augustine 43-29.
Sophomore athlete Noah Cundiff, who scored three touchdowns and 152 receiving yards against the Yellowjackets, was named the Pirates' Farm Bureau Player of the Week. The Pirates' Skeylar Williams-Michaud, who had 13 carries for 108 yards against Lake Howell, was named the Farm Bureau Player of the Week for the previous week.
Safety Abrie Williams was named the Farm Bureau Player of the Week for the Bulldogs after he recorded an interception against Seminole.
Flagler Palm Coast survived a close contest against St. Augustine 14-13 on Friday, Oct. 5. Place kicker Bryan Burris nailed a 35-yard extra point to give the Bulldogs the one-point win, earning him Farm Bureau Player of the Week honors.
Flagler Palm Coast routed University 38-13, and Matanzas lost to Ponte Vedra 35-0 on Friday, Sept. 27.
The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for the Bulldogs was the entire offensive line. FPC set a record for the most passing yards and total yards this week with 284 passing and over 500 total.
The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for the Pirates was quarterback Demontre Neely, who had 77 yards rushing.
Flagler Palm Coast beat Fletcher 10-7 and Matanzas lost to Atlantic 44-14 on Saturday, Sept. 21.
The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for the Bulldogs was Jack Freeman, who had 6 tackles 2 tackles for loss.
The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for the Pirates was Noah Cundiff, who had 150 return yards, two catches and a touchdown against the Sharks.
Flagler Palm Coast beat Spruce Creek 41-20 on Friday, Sept. 13, and Matanzas picked up its first victory of the season with a 35-30 win over Middleburg on Thursday, Sept. 12.
The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for the Bulldogs is right guard Miguel Correia.
The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for the Pirates was Noah Cundiff, who had three touchdowns. Defensive end Rex Robich was also nominated for Player of the Week for Week 3, where he had three sacks and a forced fumble against Seabreeze.
Flagler Palm Coast defeated Clay 53-22 on Friday, Aug. 30.
The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for the Bulldogs was running back Marc Genis, who rushed 65 yards and 3 touchdowns against Clay.
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Flagler Palm Coast and Matanzas opened up the 2019 high school football season with their annual Potato Bowl rivalry, with the Bulldogs winning 42-19 on Friday, Aug. 23.
The Farm Bureau Player of the Week for FPC was Altarik Lumpkins, who had 5 catches for 75 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Tristian Williams, who had 2 touchdowns and 129 rushing yards, was nominated for Matanzas.