Bounce pass lateral leads to wild trick play touchdown

by 5 years ago

Here’s something you don’t see everyday–a bounce pass lateral to a receiver who then chucks it downfield for a touchdown. The play occurred during a Washington high school playoff game over the weekend. The quarterback, stud recruit Max Browne of Skyline, fired a perfect pass off the turf to Matt Sinatro who then casually tossed it to fellow wide receiver Nic Sblendorio.

Browne makes the throw look simple, though, I highly doubt any of us mere mortals could pull it off. Skyline went on to win the game 51-28 and advanced to the state finals.

Their next trick play presumably involves a ball, an ass and a face. No, sorry, that’s the Jets. My bad.

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