Seven of USA Today’s Super 25 teams did not take the field in Week 7, but those who did left lasting impressions. No. 14 Center Grove reaffirmed itself as the top team in Indiana by knocking off No. 25 Cathedral in the final seconds, while No. 18 DeSoto (Texas) overcame a shaky start to defeat high-profile Trinity Christian Academy – Cedar Hill
Kentucky has plenty of reasons to celebrate this weekend. The Wildcats went into Tennessee and crushed the Volunteers, 34-7, Saturday, their first win in Knoxville since 1984.
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) October 17, 2020
And the weekend got off to a flying — acrobatic — start on Friday when a Kentucky commit made an astounding grab that turned into a touchdown.
Check out how Euclid’s Armond Scott kept his eye on the ball and managed to come down with it after a multiple-tip drill
Can’t get more cliche than to say Spring HS in Texas was down to its last gasp Friday.
The Lions’ quarterback Bishop Davenport bought time and evaded defenders before unloading and … finding … Travis Sims for the game-winning score.
SEE IT TO BELIEVE IT!!!!
The game ending hail mary from Spring (@springlions1) QB Bishop Davenport (@bishoptheQB) to WR Travis Sims@BobSlovakSports & @bbrocker1 on the call
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With no high school football being played in the state of Washington this fall, Tracy Ford decided to take matters into his own hands to get players back on the field.
Ford, the owner of Ford Sports Performance Center in Bellevue, Washington and a former CFL player, staged an invite-only, three-day minicamp and showcase game on Oct. 4 that involved up to 112 top in-state players and well-known guest coaches such as former Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril, center Justin Britt, wide receiver Jermaine Kearse and former Oregon/current CFL quarterback Vernon Adams, according to Geoff Baker of the Seattle Times.
Well it’s bout to go down Pre game bout to start up!! pic.twitter
A decision on the fate of winter high school sports in New York could be coming sooner than originally expected.
According to syracuse.com, the New York Public High School Athletic Association has set Nov. 30 as the date when winter sports such as basketball, hockey and wrestling can begin practice. This decision comes after a timetable for New York Gov
We’re back for another edition of Plays of the Week from our partners at ScoreStream, and this might be one of the best highlight reels yet!
It was a Quarterback and Receivers clinic in Week 6, with dime-dropping passes and over-the-shoulder grabs. And the eye-opening moments went beyond the athletic displays on the gridiron, too, as we’ve got our first “Wait. What?!” moment from the pitch—an all-time header that’s worth a look (and then a few more).
Let’s get to it…
The Montana High School Association executive board voted to delay the start of winter sports on Tuesday in an effort to flatten the curve amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to MontanaSports.com, the MHSA executive board approved a motion allowing winter sports practices in basketball, swimming and wrestling to begin on Dec. 7 with competitions being delayed until the first week of January. Basketball practices were originally scheduled to begin on Nov