South Dade passed at will in a 57-0 victory over Southwest at Orange Bowl Field at Harris Field Park. The heavily favored Buccaneers (2-0) used their advantage in size, speed and experience to score 43 points in the first half. The Eagles didn't help by turning the ball over twice in the first quarter after bad snaps on punt attempts, once at the Southwest 3 and once at the Southwest 5. The Eagles came close to scoring twice in the fourth quarter. A Deondre Henry 25-yard kickoff return gave the Eagles the ball at their 35-yard line to start the drive. Henry then ran the ball 15 yards to midfield. Another run by Henry, good for 5 yards, and a personal foul on the tackle put Southwest at the South Dade 30. A false start moved the ball back five yards, but a facemask on the Bucs gave the Eagles a first down on the 20. Henry ran 13 yards, Samuel Diaz bulled his way up the middle for four more but, on the next play, a fumble into the end zone ended the drive. Southwest got the ball back for one last series and quarterback Tyler Peña hit Zak Chaves with a 49-yard pass to the South Dade five, but time ran out before the Eagles could run another play. The statistics are here.





Deondre Henry's runs keyed a fourth quarter drive