Two Pennsylvania high school teams decided to play a football game that didn’t involve any defense. On Friday night, Meadville High School defeated DuBois High School by a score of 107-90. 107-90!
The two teams combined to score 28 touchdowns and accumulated 1,827 yards of total offense.
‘For DuBois, it was sophomore quarterback Matt Miller. He completed 29 passes on 50 attempts for 741 yards and 10 touchdowns.
That 741 yards is a new single-game record in the state of Pennsylvania, surpassing the 594 yards thrown by Brockway’s Derek Buganza in 2009.
For Meadville, it was junior halfback Journey Brown, who carried the ball 30 times for 722 yards and 10 touchdowns. That yardage total is also a new state record, besting the 500-yard performance by Eastern York’s Alex Cooley in 2012.’
722 rushing yards!? That’s not even possible in Madden.
Correction on those numbers 30 carries, 722 yards 10 tds pic.twitter.com/zbQVW1cBY0
— MashAD (@Mdvlbulldogs) September 12, 2015