The odds of a high school football player returning three interceptions for touchdowns in the same quarter are quite low. Having the national record total reached twice in a span of two weeks?
Well, that's just insane.
It happened again, and we have proof.Dominick Castiglione
of Horizon (Thornton, Colo.)
accomplished the feat Saturday in a 36-7 win over Fossil Ridge. He ripped off three interceptions in the second quarter and took them 75, 43 and 35 yards for touchdowns, according to the Denver Post.
Amazingly, the same thing happened two weeks earlier in Oklahoma, as Brock Harmon of Washington (Okla.) did the same
in the first quarter, going 31, 42 and 32 yards.
Harmon set the national record with his performance, and now Castiglione is the co-owner. But Castiglione may have some bragging rights, as his three pick 6's came in a span of four plays, or 1 minute and 17 seconds.