Hialeah 49, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 0

Hialeah shuts out rival Hialeah-Miami Lakes


Special to the Miami Herald

Hialeah running back Henry Bussey wanted to erase memories of last week’s loss to Southwest. Instead, he obliterated them.

The senior rushed for 209 yards and a touchdown and caught another scoring pass as the T-Breds rolled over rival Hialeah-Miami Lakes 49-0 Thursday at Milander Park.

“We had a bad taste in our mouth after last week,” Bussey said. “We wanted to come out here and show we were better than that.”

Hialeah (2-1) did just that, scoring on all five of its first-half possessions against the Trojans (0-3). Former University of Miami commit Alin Edouard threw for 91 first-half yards and three scores and ran for another.

“With district games starting next week, it was important we come out and have a good performance, and we did just that,” T-Breds coach Marc Berman said.

But the night belonged to Bussey, whose stock continues to rise after he missed most of last season with a hamstring injury.

“Last season was tough,” he said. “I just want to get as much exposure as possible this season.”

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