Covering High School Sports in America

Remember Michael Dyer's clutch first down run for Auburn in the fourth quarter of the 2010 BCS title game against Oregon?

Well, Bridgeton (Bridgeton, N.J.) running back Stefon Bowman accomplished a nearly-identical feat in a game against Lower Cape May.

With no score in the first quarter, Bowman appeared to go down at the Lower Cape May 29-yard line after being wrapped up.

However, he never touched the ground and was not ruled down. He shot up immediately and scampered nearly 30 yards for the score.

Bridgeton went on to win the game, 68-8, while Lower Cape May was served a harsh reminder to play to the whistle.