Double Trick Play Helps High School Football Team Win Title

Enterprise High School in California pulled off a pretty incredible double trick play to close out the first half during their recent match-up against Paradise High in the CIF Northern Section Division I final. I had to watch the video a few times before I could fully understand what happened but if you follow along closely you can easily see how this would have worked so well.

Enterprise quarterback Zack Trueblood used a version of the Statue of Liberty and handed the ball off to running back Brad Woods. Brad decided to go absolutely beastmode on the Paradise defense and when he had carried enough defenders on his back and tossed a lateral to teammate Taylor Angley-Holman who scampered for the 6 points.

The touchdown helped Enterprise win the game 35-34 and claim the CIF title.

via Prep Rally