Angel Alvarez threw four touchdown passes, three of them to Brieon Fuller, and Javier Zuniga scored twice as host Doral Academy beat Miami Springs 35-8 on Friday night.
Despite the lopsided score, Doral coach Jase Stewart wasn't pleased with his offense's performance.
"Actually, I'm very disappointed," Stewart said. "We played sloppy. We did some good things. Individually, some guys made some plays. But overall, I was very disappointed with my team's effort."
Added Stewart: "I expected a lot more out of our offense. Our defense did a great job tonight and carried us. Offensively, we stunk up the joint."
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Doral's defense shut out Springs, which notched its points on Tarrell Clark's 72-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the third quarter and a safety in the fourth.
The Firebirds (3-0, 2-0) jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and built their lead to 28 points before Clark finally got the Golden Hawks (0-3, 0-2) on the scoreboard.
The Hawks alternated Bryan Posada and Deon Asbury at quarterback, but neither could move the offense much. Doral had its own issues, losing three fumbles. But its offensive standouts still produced.
Alvarez completed 10 of 18 passes for 166 yards and one interception. Fuller tallied five catches for 105 yards. Zuniga rushed 10 times for 66 yards, including a 4-yard touchdown. He also caught a 15-yard touchdown from Alvarez, who connected with Fuller on scores of 9, 50 and 8 yards.
Defensive lineman Philman Roundtree was Springs' defensive star, recovering two fumbles.