ST. PETERSBURG — Fort Meade showed little has changed with its offensive and defensive effort.
The Miners scored two touchdowns in the first quarter, and Tamarius Grace rushed for more than 150 yards and two scores.
The Chargers had a short burst of momentum during the middle of the second quarter when quarterback Hunter Tremaine ran for a 6-yard touchdown and Harrison Settle ran in the two-point conversion.
Despite the lopsided score, the Chargers were happy to score some points against Fort Meade after failing to do so in their past three games against it.
"I enjoyed the game, though there is lots of room for improvement," Shorecrest coach Phil Hayford said. "I think we will be ready for the next game."
Alton Edwards, Times correspondent