Just when it looked like St. Edward's was set to avenge last year's loss to Shorecrest, Chargers quarterback Hunter Tremaine took things into his own hands.
Tremaine played a role in 18 of Shorecrest's 25 second-half snaps, gaining 168 yards on the ground in the third and fourth quarters, including a long run to atone for a goal-line fumble, as the Chargers came back to beat St. Edward's 16-10.
On one drive in the fourth, Tremaine accounted for 63 of 64 yards, but fumbled on fourth and goal from the half-yard line with his team trailing 10-6. Two plays later St. Edward's (1-1) snapped the ball over quarterback Collier Proctor's head for a safety.
Tremaine ran the first play after the free kick 64 yards for a touchdown with 2:42 remaining, providing the final margin.
"At the end of the first half, I heard a big slam and thought someone had set off a firework. It turned out that was the door shutting on their offense," Shorecrest coach Phil Hayford said.