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Shore humbles CMVT

Written by: on Sunday, November 4th, 2018. Follow William Albright on Twitter.

 

By BILL ALBRIGHT

EasternPAFootball Senior Writer

 

JERSEY SHORE – For anyone who might have some reservations about the Columbia-Montour Vo-Tech vs. Jersey Shore District IV-AAAA playoff game, the Bulldogs took care of kicking that aside early in the game.

After an unsuccessful onsides kick by the Rams, Shore scored on its first possession of the game when quarterback Tanner Lorson hit Koby Peacock in stride and Peacock took it to the house from 48 yards out on Shore’s first play from scrimmage.

A rush for two was good for the quick 8-0 Shore lead and then it was time for Kyle Tomb to take over the scoring chores as the senior running back scored a pair of touchdowns from five and 4 yards to give the Bulldogs a 21-0 lead at the break.

After Tomb carried the mail in the first period, it was time for Josh Malicky and Dawson Sechrist to take over those chores to begin the second period, Malicky capped a drive with a 2-yard score after a 20-plus run before Sechrist ripped off a 34-yard run to paydirt to increase the Shore lead to 35-0.

Following Sechrist’s score, Lorson tossed his second TD aerial of the game. On the final play of the first half, Connor Griffin drilled an 18-yard field to push the game into Mercy Rule status as Shore started the second half, coasting with a 45-0 lead.

With the halftime score 45-0, the Bulldogs added another score in the second half to set the final at Shore 52, CMVT 0.

With the victory, Shore moves to 6-5 overall and will host Selinsgrove Friday night in the championship game at Thompson Street Stadium. Selinsgrove defeated Midd-West 21-9 in the other semifinal. The Seals defeated Shore 31-10 early in the season.

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