In a game where neither team could gain a clear advantage, South Miami edged out Miami Beach 7-6 on Thursday night at Memorial Field.
The difference in the game was South Miami blocking the Hi-tides' extra point.
"We send people after the kick," Cobras coach David Gray said in reference to the special teams play.
South Miami reached the board in the first quarter on a Jamar Thompkins 7-yard touchdown run. Both teams went scoreless until Miami Beach's Jeffery Jennings took back a 39-yard interception return to the endzone.
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South Miami's Oscar Polito led all players with 77 yards of combined offense.