Shorewood and Shorecrest football game September 24

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Shoreline's annual battle between the district's two high schools was renewed last Friday night at Shoreline Stadium as Shorewood and Shorecrest clashed.

Shorecrest scored quickly on a long pass play in the first quarter and followed with five more touchdowns. 

During the course of the game Shorewood scored three touchdowns. The game ended with the final score of Shorecrest 40, Shorewood 19

Shorecrest quarterback Ted Hammond completed 10 of 13 passes for 197 yards. 

Shorecrest running back, Connor Wingo, had 18 carries for 88 yards and two touchdowns.

Shorewood's running back, Eugene Holley, scored three touchdowns and had 195 total yards on 25 carries.

Shorewood's wide receiver,Tyler Snell number 15, returns a 1st quarter kickoff.
Tbird Eugene Holley carries the ball downfield.
Shorewood quarterback, Cory Sonnega, number 85 turns to pitch out to a running back as Duncan Hendrickson, number 24, gets ready to block.
Shorewood's quarterback, Cory Sonnega, number 85 catches the direct snap, as running backs: Eugene Holley, number 25, Levy Diaz, number 23, and Duncan Hendrickson, number 24, veer left.
Shorewood's Cory Sonnega carries the ball downfield as, Anthony Hayward, number 59, and the referee run interference.
Early in the 2nd quarter Shorewood's Eugene Holley goes over the top of Shorecrest's defensive line to score a touchdown

Shorecrest's running back, Conor Wingo, number 12 takes a handoff from quarterback,Ted Hammond, number 10 and heads towards a hole in the defensive line to score a 2nd quarter touchdown.
Near the end of the 2nd quarter Shorecrest's offensive lineman, Mingure Dorjee, number 64 watches  as quarterback, Ted Hammond, number 10 starts to throw a pass into the flat as Shorewood's, Anthony Hayward, number 59 closes in.    

Photos and story by Wayne Pridemore, SW Boosters
To view additional game pictures go to the SW Booster Flickr page.


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