This week, some middle schooler was made famous on the internet for his little sneaky cut through the line then dash for the end zone.
Friday’s game between Watauga and High and St. Stephens High both in North Carolina seems wanted a share of attention.
Cam Haas of Watauga High School is doing handsprings just behind the line of scrimmage, who lined up as a wide receiver along the left side of the line on a two-point conversion.
Watauga High School football coachPruitt hatch the play, before the ball was snapped, Haas started as if he was going to shift in motion like but then began a series of four handsprings flip.
Flags flew before Haas could reach the other side of the field, was assessed an excessive celebration penalty. Both the kicker Cam Haas and Watauga High School coach Tim Pruitt, who called for the bizarre trick play, were ejected immediately afterwards.
Yahoo has some details on the play, which resulted Cam Haas and Watauga coach of the offending team getting ejected. Though there's no rule that says illegal use of gymnastics warrants ejection from the game.
After Watauga rallied to tie the game in the fourth quarter, St. Stephen’s was able to put together one final drive for a game-winning field goal within the final minute.