Dunedin cruises to 29-0 win over Tri County

by Staff Writer

ST. PETERSBURG- The Dunedin Pirates went into Saturday’s contest against the Tri County Steelers looking to reach the .500 mark by the 8th game for first time since 2013.

Though the Pirates were without head coach Nate Barlow, Dunedin was able to roll to a 29-0 shellacking of the Steelers at Childs Park.

Dunedin (4-4) started the game off with a short drive that led to a Kahleel Ford field goal. The next drive featured more of the run game with running backs Nate Munson and Sebastian Class.

Class broke a long touchdown run and that’s when the Pirates would start pulling away from the Steelers. Several different players scored touchdowns, including Munson and Chris Norman.

The Pirates are slated to play the winless Port Orange Stallions this Saturday at Childs Park, but that game could be subjected to change. The Stallions forfeited to the Golden Isles Grizzlies on Saturday and sit at 0-9 on the season.