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Prep football: Estero at Lemon Bay

Estero defensive coordinator Justin Vasquez signals to his defense during the first quarter against Lemon Bay on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Wildcats head coach Rich Dombroski spent the night coaching from the press box for the second straight week. Lemon Bay won, 56-35. Kevin Johnson/Staff

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Estero defensive coordinator Justin Vasquez signals to his defense during the first quarter against Lemon Bay on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Wildcats head coach Rich Dombroski spent the night coaching from the press box for the second straight week. Lemon Bay won, 56-35. Kevin Johnson/Staff

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  • Estero wide receiver John Pencil scores on a 21-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter against Lemon Bay on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. It was Pencil's second TD grab of the quarter. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Estero wide receiver Jovan Ojeda eludes Lemon Bay defender Hunter Rankin in the first quarter of a non-district game on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Estero's Mason Hayes tackles Lemon Bay running back Andrew Schulte in the first quarter on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • The Estero High football team takes the field against host Lemon Bay on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • The Estero High football team goes through warm-up drills prior to facing Lemon Bay on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Estero lineman Mike Dunn takes a water break during the first quarter against Lemon Bay on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Estero quarterback Ryan Sides throws on the run during a 56-35 loss at Lemon Bay on Sept. 17, 2009. Sides amassed 528 passing yards and four touchdown passes, but the Wildcats fell to 1-2. Estero will host its Homecoming game against Palmetto Ridge on Sept. 25. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Estero defensive coordinator Justin Vasquez signals to his defense during the first quarter against Lemon Bay on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Wildcats head coach Rich Dombroski spent the night coaching from the press box for the second straight week. Lemon Bay won, 56-35. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Lemon Bay running back Zachary Laniewski is tackled by Estero's Ryan Carr, left, and Matt Daniels during the first quarter on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Lemon Bay outgunned the Wildcats, 56-35. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Estero defender Dennis Fenner (20) attempts to bring down Lemon Bay's Andrew Schulte in the fourth quarter of the Manta Rays' 56-35 win on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Schulte, a junior, rushed for 367 yards, including 271 in the first half. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Estero wide receiver Jevon Ojeda is tackled by Lemon Bay's Eric Jones on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Ojeda hauled in a dozen catches for 272 yards, but the host Manta Rays won, 56-35. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Estero quarterback Ryan Sides (15) throws to wide receiver Zack Culvahouse in a 56-35 loss at Lemon Bay on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • After catching the ball, Estero running back Colin Lewis attempts to escape the grasp of a Lemon Bay defender on Sept. 17, 2009 in Englewood. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Lemon Bay's Andrew Schulte prepares to leap over an Estero defender during a 12-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Schulte scored five touchdowns and rushed for 367 yards on 19 carries as the Manta Rays won, 56-35. Kevin Johnson/Staff

Lemon Bay beat Estero, 56-35, on Thursday in Englewood, preventing the Wildcats from their second straight win after they snapped a 23-game losing streak last Friday.

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