Prep football: Shorewood 17, Shorecrest 14

SHORELINE — Shorewood intercepted a pass with 36 seconds to play, drove to the 10-yard line and Isaak Whitaker kicked a 27-yard field goal with 7 seconds remaining to give the Thunderbirds the Wesco 3A South win. The game-winning field goal was the only score of the second half.

Shorewood scored both its touchdowns in the first quarter, starting with a 10-yard run by quarterback Aaron Okamura. Shorecrest answered with a 5-yard scoring run by Michael Fisher, but Shorewood retook the lead on a 69-yard scoring run by Anxhelos Pere.

Shorecrest’s Nik Hendricks connected with Aaron Kelly on a 16-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter to send the game into halftime tied 14-14.

At Shoreline Stadium



SW—Okamura 10 run (Whitaker kick)

SC—Fisher 5 run (Etscheid kick)

SW—Pere 69 run (Whitaker kick)

SC—Kelly from Hendricks 16 pass (Etscheid kick)

SW—Whitaker 27 FG

Records—Shorecrest 0-3 league, 1-5 overall. Shorewood 0-2, 1-5.

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