Monday, October 28, 2013
Video: High school converts wackiest two-point conversion you will ever see
The Sherwood High School (Ore.) football team employed an unusual play to convert a two-point conversion during its game against Putnam High School last weekend.
Already leading by a wide margin, Sherwood head coach Greg Lawrence dialed up this unorthodox tactic seen in the video clip above, which depicts the holder hopping off the field like a monkey, the 5-foot-5 kicker tossing a pass, and the 6-foot-11 tight end making the reception.
Apparently, the play has a name, "The Wrecking Ball."
"We have 32 seniors," Lawrence told MaxPreps. "We're trying to get of them in on special teams. We've been winning most games. We've been crushing everyone, so we've been trying to find things to make it fun for the kids."
Lawrence isn't kidding, either. Sherwood has outscored opponents 554-96 this season and that includes its 62-7 victory against Putnam.
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