Hope defensive back Marcus Bradstreet defends the fade route
well, but it's what happens afterward that is the most impressive.
Bradstreet finds his teammate, tips it to him, and Santino DeCesare
does the rest, taking the interception back 100 yards (107 or 108
in NFL measure) for a touchdown.
In a similar vein, Union's Eric Zavadsky takes a deflection
from senior wide receiver Justin Gallo and turns it into a
touchdown, as Gallo's quick hands give Union a finalist play for
the second consecutive week. Watch
Wesley quarterback Shane McSweeny shows his speed and running
ability, pulling the ball down and running 46 yards for a touchdown
to get the scoring started against Huntingdon. Watch.
Despite having his punt blocked, Cory Gay was not to be denied,
kicking it away again for 43 yards in the fourth quarter of
Shenandoah's 28-7 win at North Carolina Wesleyan. (Yes, legal since
first punt didn't cross the line of scrimmage.) Watch