Naples wrapped up an unbeaten regular season as Kilton Anderson ran for three TDs and threw for two more. Anderson scored on runs of 5 and 50 yards, and threw TD passes of 35 yards to Tyler Byrd and 16 yards to Conner Phillips in the first half as the Eagles jumped out to a 28-10 halftime lead. "We practiced hard all week and prepared really well for this team," said Anderson. "They're a well-coached team and you can't take them lightly. We had some hard practices this week and we came out tonight and it showed." Anderson had 174 yards on 13 carries, and completed 6 of 12 passes for 113 yards, adding another 2-yard scoring run in the fourth quarter that made it 42-17, before Venice scored two late touchdowns. "We had pretty poor composure at the end," said Naples coach Bill Kramer. "Our backups have to come in and play better than that. But Venice is the best-coached team we've played, There's no quit in them. They're a very physical team, so it was a good tuneup going into the playoffs." Kramer said the Eagles second unbeaten season in the past three years is quite an accomplishment. "There's a lot of stuff we can't control that goes into that. Primarily you have to stay healthy. We've been fortunate with limited injuries this year, and I'm grateful for that," said Kramer.