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SHORECREST 16, ST. EDWARD'S 10

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.

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