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Byline: MICHAEL POLIN CORRESPONDENT
Palmetto (1-1) erupted for 30 points in the first quarter against the error-prone Bruins (0-2).
"Our theme this week was perfect practice," said Palmetto head coach Raymond Woodie. "We got the ball into our playmakers' hands, and that's something we stressed this week."
The playmaking started with Xavier Williams' 6-yard TD run less than three minutes into the game. Williams scored again on a 45-yard scamper, this time breaking a host of tackles on his way to the end zone.
Gilbert and his receiving corps took over from there. Copeland took a quick slant pass and raced 58-yards untouched. Things went …