Prep football: Shorecrest 37, Everett 13

SHORELINE — Shorecrest quarterback Nik Hendricks threw for 160 yards on 16-for-26 passing and two touchdowns to lead the Scots to a win over Everett in a Wesco 3A crossover game.

At Shoreline Stadium

Everett7006—13

Shorecrest141490—37

E—Thien Ngo 1 run (Bryce Jameson kick)

S—Aaron Kelly 5 pass from Nik Hendricks (Sam Schober kick)

S—Keegan Lockler 36 run (Schober kick)

S—Matt Brennan 6 run (Schober kick)

S—Keelan Bailey 23 pass from Hendricks (Sherber kick)

S—Safety

S—Hendricks 5 run (Shober kick)

E—Garret Wise 88 pass from Nolan Rogge (kick failed)

Records—Everett 1-9 overall. Shorecrest 3-7.

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