Visiting South Dade won its first game of the season Friday afternoon beating the Eagles, 41-0, on the Southwest campus. The Buccaneers (1-4) never punted yet led only 14-0 at the half. The Eagles (0-6) recorded three first downs, all in the first half. The first came on the last play of the opening quarter when Luke Diaz ran for six yards on second-and-four. That drive ended four plays later when Southwest punted from the South Dade 41. The Eagles' longest drive came on their next possession when they drove from their own 12 to the Buccaneers 42 before time expired in the first half. On that possession, Southwest picked up a first down on a pass interference penalty and another on a 2-yard run by quarterback Tyler Sandino on fourth-and-one. The Eagles looked like they might avoid running clock but, in the fourth quarter, they went for it on fourth-and-8 from their own 12-yard line. Following an incomplete pass, South Dade took over on downs and scored on the next play to go up, 39-0. The mercy rule kicked in and, after a successful two-point conversion, Southwest was able to run only two more plays before time ran out.








Aiden Rodriguez recorded a sack for a loss of 10 yards