Loganville didn’t exactly pull off the “Annexation of Puerto Rico” like in Little Giants, but the play now going viral is about as crazy as you’ll see in Georgia high school football. It’ll undoubtedly be among the top highlights in sports by the end of the weekend.
Friday night, Loganville found itself in a four-overtime contest against Monroe Area High School to start the 2022 season. Hoping to end up on the right side of the scoreboard, Loganville dug deep into the playbook to secure a victory.
The team’s quarterback handed the ball off to the tight end, who then threw a two-handed, behind-the-back, over-the-head, no-look pass to a teammate in the end zone. The result was a game-winning touchdown.
Can’t quite follow that description of the play? No worries! Two videos of the insane trick play went viral on Twitter hours after it happened:
What an incredibly exciting — and exhausting — way to start the high school football season in Georgia. It’s going to be pretty difficult to top that game-winning play!
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Friday night’s ridiculous high school football trick play gets everyone in the mood for the sport to return at every level. On Aug. 27, college football comes back to the screen. On Sept. 8, the NFL regular season will get underway.
Bronny absolutely posterized an opponent while playing for California Club in the Club Basketball Euro Tour in Paris. That was another moment that went viral on the prep sports level.
There’s no doubt that Bronny James is the son of LeBron. That’s the type of posterization you rarely see at the prep level. It’ll make you jump right out of your seat.
Now that school is back in session in most places across the country, we should get plenty more of these insane high school moments. We can’t wait to see more of this type of stuff!