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Prep football: Everett 21, Shorewood 19

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EVERETT -- Everett held off a last-minute attempt to tie the game and force overtime, winning a Wesco 3A crossover contest with Shorewood, the Seagulls first win of the season. Shorewood beat Everett in total yards of offense 370-251, but turned the ball over six times. Everett struck first, with a 54 yard pass caught by Garret Wise from Nolan Rogge and led 7-0 at the half. It was back and forth in the second half, with the Thunderbirds scoring a touchdown with just 39 seconds remaining to make it 21-19. Shorewood went for two, running the ball about halfway to the goal line, but the Thunderbirds were unable to break the plane of the end zone and tie the game.
At Everett Memorial Stadium
Shorewood 0 0 13 6 -- 19
Everett 0 7 14 0 -- 21
E--Wise from Rogge 54 pass (Jameson kick)
S--Pere 14 run (Namba kick)
E--Wise from Rogge 65 pas (Jameson kick)
S--Pere 11 run (kick) failed
E--Rogge 13 run (Jameson kick)
S--Garrison 2 run (run failed)
Records--Shorewood 1-8 overall. Everett 1-8.

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