MIAMI (CBSMiami) – If you want to see some of the best football in the area, it’s not at Sun Life Stadium; it’s probably at Traz Powell Stadium in Miami.
That’s where the number one team in the country, the Booker T. Washington Tornadoes play. The Tornadoes began their march towards what they hope is a national championship with a complete demolition of Carol City High School, 45-0.
The Tornadoes are led by senior quarterback Treon Harris, an FSU commit. Wednesday night, Harris was 14-18 for 239 yards and three touchdowns, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald. Harris’ performance was good, but the Tornadoes defense blew Carol City off the field.
Booker T. allowed just 88 total yards in the game and four first downs, according to the Herald.
The win, Booker T.’s 15th consecutive dating back to last season, pushed the Tornadoes’ record to 3-0 in 2013 and will keep the team ranked number one in the country.
The road for Booker T. will remain tough in the weeks ahead. The Tornadoes play rival Jackson next week and then play Monsignor Pace before heading out west. The Tornadoes will travel to Las Vegas on October 4 to play Bishop Gorman, one of the top teams in the country.
For South Florida football fans, here’s something to hold your head up high about: the Dolphins are 1-0, the Canes are 2-0, and Booker T. is 3-0 and ranked number one.
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