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Shorecrest comes up short to Bradenton Christian in spring football game

At Shorecrest in St. Petersburg

Spring game-breakers: Hunter Tremaine and Jules Jouffrey scored offensive touchdowns and Ian Johnston-Schmidt scored a defensive one as Shorecrest Prep jumped out to a 20-7 lead in the second quarter. …Down 20-14 to start the second half, Bradenton Christian needed only five plays to take a 28-20 lead. David Schopfer gained 90 yards on four of those. He scored two touchdowns. …Third-year starting quarterback Tremaine finished with 169 yards rushing and 94 yards passing. …Shorecrest's Phil Tylman had 75 yards rushing and caught two passes for 36 yards.

Did you know? One year ago, Shorecrest assistant coach Dave Field announced his retirement, but it didn't last long. He finished last season, coached Friday night and announced he would be around four more years. …The Chargers lost eight seniors to graduation and started three eighth-graders Friday. …At halftime, Shorecrest presented a banner to girls track athlete Samantha Specht for winning a state championship in the triple jump. She is the first state track champion in the program's history.

Audible 1: "We have a ton of eighth-graders and freshmen playing a lot, but I think we're going to be pretty good. We just have to work." — Tremaine

Audible 2: "We got a lot of things accomplished. We lost a 1,000-yard rusher, some offensive linemen and our defensive backfield, so we have some young guys stepping in there. We get them in during practice, but in the game the speed changes a bit. We are encouraged where we stand." — Shorecrest coach Phil Hayford

Doug Kates, Times correspondent

fast facts

Rescheduled games

The Lakewood at Dunedin game likely will be rescheduled for Thursday or Friday. Naples Golden Gate-Boca Ciega will be played May 30 at 7 p.m. at Golden Gate.

Today's games

Canterbury at Central

Florida Christian, 6

Indian Rocks Christian at Taylor County High, 6

Cambridge at Northside Christian, 7

Bradenton Christian28
Shorecrest20

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