Ever see a single game performance that is so unbelievable that you don’t think it happened for a second? Well be prepared to have you’re mind blown.
In a high school game out of Washington state, Kentlake beat Puyallup by only a mere 21 points. But that is not the surprise of the story, those 21 points points seperated the difference of the score of 76- 55. Yes i just said that Kentlake high school beat Puyallup by a score of 76- 55.
The two teams combined for a total of 1,601 yards of offense, and the losing quarterback finished with 527 yards on his own. An even more remarkable stat from the game is that the kicker for Kentlake successfully converted 10 extra points. That is a number that some kickers don’t achieve throughout the entire season.
After hearing that his team racked up 916 yards of total offense Kentlake coach Chris Paulson went back and watched the film and accounted for every yard. After the film session he had this to say “it is a difficult thing to come to grips with”
Now is this something to be proud of for the teams? Scoring that many points in a game… Or should the offensive players be pissed at the defense for allowing such an apprehensible amount of yards and scores in one game?