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Shorecrest: Spring football capsule

Around the county in 30 days

A daily spring preview of every football program in the county.


Coach: Phil Hayford (178-105, 30th season)

Last season: 6-4

Key losses: LB Zach Hirsch, QB/DB Michael Rightmyer, OL/LB Jay Rosenbluth, WR/DB Logan Sembler, RB Robby Thigpen, OL/DL Matt Van Law, OL/LB Dan Whitecage

Who's back: RB/DB Toms Bernhards, WR/DB Evan Jerome, OL/DL Stephen Mandula, RB/DB Jack Schroeder, RB/LB Harrison Settle, TE/LB Tyler Shenkman, QB/LB Hunter Tremaine

What's new: The Chargers, who used the wing-T for years, switched to a spread offense. But they will still rely on the running game, especially with the return of Tremaine and Schroeder, who each had more than 1,000 yards last year. … Jerome is a two-way starter who led in receptions and interceptions last season. … The defense held Bradenton Christian to 6-of-28 passing and 40 rushing yards in the spring game.

Audible: "The biggest thing I was pleased with was the work the kids put in this spring. I told them if you crack enough eggs, you're going to get an omelette." — Hayford

Did you know?: Dave Field is retiring from coaching after 28 years as an assistant at the school. He will continue to teach at Shorecrest and plans to announce the games.

Spring result: Beat Bradenton Christian 28-0

2008 schedule

Sept. 5 vs. Fort Meade

Sept. 12 vs. Vero Beach St. Edwards

Sept. 19 vs. Keswick Christian

Sept. 26 at Admiral Farragut

Oct. 3 at Cape Coral Island Coast

Oct. 10 vs. Indian Rocks Chr.

Oct. 17 vs. Lakeland Christian

Oct. 31 at Fort Myers Gateway Charter

Nov. 7 at Northside Christian

Nov. 14 vs. Winter Haven All Saints

Bob Putnam, Times staff writer

Shorecrest: Spring football capsule 06/07/08 [Last modified: Saturday, June 7, 2008 8:48pm]
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