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Shorecrest 34, Admiral Farragut 17

ST. PETERSBURG — Josh Burch scored twice in the first half for Admiral Farragut Academy on a 5-yard pass and a 12-yard run. Taylor Davis kicked a 23-yard field goal making it 17-7.

But after the first half, the Chargers were ready to play and ran away with the game.

In the third quarter Chargers quarterback Hunter Tremaine ran 10 yards for a touchdown.

Later in the quarter Jack Schroeder scored on a 70-yard run.

Toms Bernhards-Callahan ran for two touchdowns for Shorecrest, including one for 95 yards.

"Before the half I was disappointed," coach Phil Hayford said. "But a little talk from my assistant coaches gave my team some momentum during the third quarter and got the victory."

Alton Edwards, Times correspondent

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