By Ashley Dunkak
Poor decisions by quarterbacks in high school football games hardly draw national attention – unless, of course, one of those ridiculously bone-headed choices results in points.
Gehlen Catholic High School had just scored on North Union, and Gehlen Catholic set up to go for the two-point conversion. The quarterback rolled left, did not see any open options, and had a defender right on top of him, literally in the process of bringing him to the ground, when he tossed the ball high up in the air behind his back. Magically, unbelievably, the ball landed in the arms of one of his receivers in the end zone.
Hey, all’s well that ends well, right?