TUTSON AND STRINGFIELD SCORE 4 TOUCHDOWNS EACH AS EAGLES DEMOLISH RAMS, 70-0  

Last year Southwest opened up with a 51-0 battering of Coral Park, and this year the gap between the neighborhood rivals has widened. Te'Corey Tutson and Andre Stringfield scored four touchdowns each as the Eagles demolished the Rams, 70-0. The score would have been even worse had the second half not been played with a running clock due to the Mercy Rule. Senior quarterback JJ Jaramillo threw 3 touchdown passes, a 14-yarder to Tutson, a 10-yard score to Derek Gonzalez and a 39-yard catch-and-run to Tutson. Tutson also scored on a 61-yard punt return and a 2-yard run. Stringfield, the freshman phenom, scored on runs of 81, 32 and 2 yards and a free kick return of 52 yards. The free kick followed a safety when Eagles senior linebacker Conner Jervis tackled a Rams ball-carrier in his own end zone. That was not the only score for the Purple Pain defense as junior Donavan Edouard returned a fumble 18 yards for 6 points. Southwest led 27-0 after one quarter, 54-0 at the half and 61-0 entering the final period. Next week the Eagles will face tougher competition as they travel to Curtis Park to take on Miami High.

 


Freshman Andre Stringfield

Senior JJ Jaramillo


Junior Te'Corey Tutson