Jordan Miner led the Wiregrass Ranch Bulls to their fourth-straight win over neighborhood rival Wesley Chapel in the Battle of 54, taking down the Wildcats 14-7.

The Penn State-commit intercepted a pass in the first quarter, ran in for a two-point conversion and sealed the win with a 56-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to earn Player of the Game honors.

The game was billed as a matchup of two of the best cornerbacks in the nation, with Oregon-commit Isaiah Bolden also handling quarterback duties for Wesley Chapel. Bolden held up his end of the bargain as well, forcing a fumble with a massive hit early in the game, while later breaking a 50-yard run that led to his five-yard touchdown run.

Kwesi Littlejohn opened the scoring with a one-yard touchdown run in the first quarter for the Bulls after Miner's interception.

Wiregrass Ranch (2-0) will look for a 3-0 start for the first time in school history when it hosts Sunlake next week. Wesley Chapel (1-1) hopes to rebound when it travels to Dade City to face Pasco.