An incredible performance

Floyd County High School's varsity football team continued their unbeaten season Monday night with a 35-21 pasting of Giles County and those who braved the cold weather saw an incredible performance from quarterback Luke Harris (above) who scored three rushing touchdowns and threw for a fourth in the first half.  Harris rushed for more than 150 yards in the first half.

I've watched a lot of football players at high school, college and pro levels over the years. This kid is incredible.

UPDATE: FCHS whipped Auburn on Friday, Oct. 31 and wraps up the regular season this coming Friday with a home game against Radford. Win or lose, the Buffaloes are in the district playoffs.

 

Floyd County High School’s varsity football team continued their unbeaten season Monday night with a 35-21 pasting of Giles County and those who braved the cold weather saw an incredible performance from quarterback Luke Harris (above) who scored three rushing touchdowns and threw for a fourth in the first half.  Harris rushed for more than 150 yards in the first half.

I’ve watched a lot of football players at high school, college and pro levels over the years. This kid is incredible.

UPDATE: FCHS whipped Auburn on Friday, Oct. 31 and wraps up the regular season this coming Friday with a home game against Radford. Win or lose, the Buffaloes are in the district playoffs.

 

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  1. They wrap up their schedule Nov. 7th @ Radford (which will be an extremely tough game). If they beat Auburn this Friday they will be guaranteed to be headed to region play after the finale at Radford.

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