Goleman had upset on its mind, but undefeated Miami Springs managed to remain that way by rallying in the second half to record the 27-21 win in a District 16-7A contest at Milander Stadium.
The win not only kept the Golden Hawks perfect at 6-0, but it moved their district mark to 3-0 and set up a first-place showdown with American next week. Goleman fell to 1-6, 1-3.
The second-half spark for Springs proved to be Johnny Rembert. With his team down 14-7, Rembert returned the second-half kickoff 60 yards for a touchdown to tie it and caught the game-winning TD pass, a 25-yarder from Gerald Anderson with 3:41 to play to snap a 21-21 tie.