An Ohio quarterback applying the ultimate hit stick leads this week's high school football Top 10 plays. In addition, the action includes former USA basketball gold medalist Tamin Lipsey
showing out with an incredible 50-yard touchdown scramble as well as Texas commit Charles Wright
heaving an 80-yard touchdown bomb to Nick Anderson
in a high-scoring Lone Star State comeback.
Wright and Anderson led Austin (Texas)
to a 57-56 come-from-behind victory over Bowie (Arlington, Texas)
, scoring 22 straight points after trailing 56-35 with just over eight minutes remaining. The future Longhorn finished with 496 passing yards and seven total touchdowns.
Lipsey, a three-star junior hardwood prospect, showed what he can do on a football field, eluding multiple defenders on his sideline-to-sideline scramble that resulted in a 55-yard touchdown run for the Ames (Iowa)
And this week's No. 1 play was redemption for Berea-Midpark (Berea, Ohio)
quarterback Luke Devins
. After tossing an interception, the junior chased down the defender and dropped the hammer to force a fumble that gave his team the ball back.
Check back each week throughout the season to see the wildest highlights from the prep gridiron with hosts Steve Montoya and Zack Poff.
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