Everett football beats Shorewood for first win

EVERETT — The Everett Seagulls erupted for 30 points in the second quarter and rolled to their first win of the season. Everett quarterback Griffey Lytle threw for 271 yards and three scores, with Tyree Rutter catching two touchdown passes. Harrison Jacobs and Zane Hopen each scored a touchdown for the Thunderbirds.

At Everett Memorial Stadium

Shorewood 0 6 0 8 — 14

Everett 6 30 8 0 — 44

E—Thien Ngo 15 run (pass failed)

E—Paul Larson 59 pass from Griffey Lytle (pass failed)

S—Harrison Jacobs 2 run (pass failed)

E—Tyree Rutter 28 pass from Lytle (run failed)

E—Ahmed Kamagate 14 fumble return (run failed)

E—Rutter 12 pass from Lytle (kick failed)

E—Larson 44 interception return (kick failed)

E—Rutter 9 pass from Lytle (Pablo Yeo pass from Larson)

S—Zane Hopen 11 pass from Aaron Okamura (Hopen pass from Okamura)

Records—Shorewood 2-8 overall. Everett 1-9.

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