Greely's Svenn Jacobson, playing for the West, makes a tackle and forces a fumble during Saturday's 24th annual Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic football game. The East prevailed, 25-13, to cut the West's advantage in the all-time series to 17-7.
Falmouth's Jon Walker blocks an East rusher. The teams raised a record $94,000 this year for the Shriners Hospital for Children.
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