Junior Te’Corey Tutson and freshman Andre Stringfield are looking like the latest dynamic offensive weapons on the Southwest football team.
Led by a dominant effort by its offensive line, the Eagles amassed 233 yards rushing led by Tutson and Stringfield and routed visiting North Miami Beach 30-14 on Friday afternoon.
Tutson ran for 125 yards on nine carries and scored twice. Stringfield also scored two touchdowns and totaled 68 yards.
Southwest’s defense forced three turnovers and turned them into 20 points that led to a 30-6 lead early in the fourth quarter.
The Eagles capped their scoring when senior kicker Antonio Garcia connected on a 56-yard field goal.
Southwest (3-0) opens its district schedule next week against Varela.
“That NMB team has some athletes and we’re young up front, but they don’t play like it,” Southwest coach Tim Neal said. “Our linemen attacked and have played more aggressive since the summer time.”