If you've watched Pulaski Academy play, you know its arsenal of successful trick plays is nearly unmatched in high school football.
But have you ever seen a fake flea-flicker/screen pass touchdown less than a minute into the game? We haven't either.
And fittingly, running back Joe Himon scored the two-point conversion on a direct snap in which he faked a handoff to Fiser, the quarterback, before darting into the end zone. That gave the Bruins an 8-0 lead against Magnolia one minute into the game.