The Bayshore High School football team won on the scoreboard but lost on the field Friday night.
The Bruins traveled to Dunedin for their spring football game, but severe weather ended the night slightly less than eight minutes into the contest.
Bayshore held an 8-0 lead when play ended. Miguel Rodriguez scored the game’s only touchdown on a run of between 55 and 60 yards on Bayshore’s first possession.
However, with the early stop, John Biezuns and his coaching staff lost their chance to see many of their players in action over four quarters, and both new players and those in new position lost a chance to get extended action against an actual opponent.
The game cannot be rescheduled or picked up at the point of suspension because teams are allowed 20 sessions and only one jamboree or classic, which counts toward the session total. Once the teams took the field to warmup, the session and the classic became official.