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Shorecrest 42, Vero Beach St. Edwards 7

ST. PETERSBURG — At the end of the first quarter Shorecrest and Vero Beach St. Edwards were tied at 7. Quarterback/defensive end Hunter Tremaine decided he had enough and led Shorecrest to a drubbing of the Pirates.

"He's a real playmaker," Chargers coach Phil Hayford said. "He sees the field and has good cutbacks."

Tremaine scored on runs of 24, 45 and 51 to finish with 153 yards rushing on eight carries. Tremaine added two sacks.

After the teams traded possessions Tremaine opened the scoring with his first touchdown. Evan Jerome added the point after.

Pirates running back Cam Budde struck back with a 32-yard run. Bryan Baker kicked the extra point to tie the game.

In the second half Jack Schroeder scored on a 50-yard run and Tremaine added his last touchdown.

Nathan Cowan, Times correspondent

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Shorecrest 42, Vero Beach St. Edwards 7 09/12/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 4:48pm]
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