Top plays – week 2

Dewayne Burns

 

Here is a look at the Top Plays from high school football’s Week 2.

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5.  Crestview’s Gilbert breaks loose.  With 36 seconds left in the first half and Crestview leading West Branch 21-7, the Rebels looked to run the clock out pinned deep in their own territory.  But quarterback Collin Gilbert kept it himself, went up the sideline, then found a crease and out-raced everyone across the field for a 79-yard touchdown.

4.  Niles’ King of the Hill.  Niles jumped out in front of Liberty early with the help of Marcus Hill.  Knocking on the door, quarterback Kyle Paden lofted a pass high towards Hill in the endzone.  With a defender in his back pocket, Hill somehow caught the pass for the touchdown.

3.  Johnson’s one-arm stand.  Down 21-0 to Lake Catholic in the 1st quarter, Ursuline needed to get something going offensively.  Enter Kimauni Johnson.  The sophomore take the hand-off and broke a tackle… by using his left hand to keep his balance and power ahead.  One more side-step of a tackler and Johnson found the endzone for the 10 yard score.

2.  Hubbard’s Tate takes it away.  Hubbard is more than the running game of L.J. Scott.  Brennan Wassil and Darnell Tate make quite a passing combination.  Wassil aired one deep down the sidelines against Girard.  With a defender in front of him, Tate leaped and grabbed the ball away from the defender.  And to top it off, he stayed in bounds, turned, and strolled into the endzone.

1.  Dewayne’s World.  Farrell had no trouble with Kennedy Catholic.  Dewayne Burns set the tone with this run early in the game.  Burns took the hand-off to the outside and seemed to run out of room against the sideline.  But that’s when the moves came out.  Burns shook and spun his way out of trouble, had one more cut to head across the field and he was gone.  A 67-yard touchdown scamper for number 1 is our number 1 play of week two.

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