JERSEY SHORE —
After scoring on its first seven possessions a week ago, Shikellamy picked right up where it left on Friday. Scoring on their very first offensive play of the game, the Braves scored 35 straight points in the first half before holding off a second-half surge by Shore for a 35-21 Heartland Athletic Conference Diviison I win at Thompson Street Stadium
After stopping a Shore drive to open the game, the Braves scored on their first play of the night when Ernie Tyler and Garrett Kemberling teamed up on a 60-yard catch-and-run for the game’s first touchdown
Dwayne Pepper took over the Shik offensive attack as he scored three times on runs of 45, 33 and 22 yards. For the game, Pepper finished with 127 yards and the three scores on just seven touches.