Led by its defense, host Coral Gables set a school-record for most touchdowns scored in the first quarter as the Cavaliers remained unbeaten by rolling to a 54-0 rout of Miami Beach.
Coral Gables improved to 7-0 while the Hi-Tides dropped to 3-5.
Gilbert Frierson scored two of the four defensive touchdowns for Gables as Ben Saldivar and Robert McWilliam III both had fumble recoveries for a touchdowns.
Jamar Thompkins contributed to the win with two touchdowns.
The Cavaliers next face Columbus (5-3) at Tropical Park on Friday.