Quick strike doesn’t do the Springfield High School offense justice. Make that shock and awe.
The undefeated Wildcats (6-0) have removed the early season kinks in the offense in a spectacular way. Eleven of Springfield’s touchdowns have covered 35 yards or more, all but three since Week 4.
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The longest was Jeff Toliver’s 80-yard dash in a 49-6 Week 4 blowout of Centerville. Trailing not-so-far behind is Michael Brown-Stephens’ 77-yard pass from RaHeim Moss in a 35-7 Week 6 defeat of Xenia.
No wonder opposing players cross fingers when kicking off to the Wildcats. Punting out of bounds is option A, B and C.
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Here’s a look at the long-distance TDs Springfield has amassed heading into Friday’s Week 7 GWOC crossover contest at Northmont (5-1).
80 yards: Jeff Tolliver, run, Week 4 at Centerville, 49-6.
77: Michael Brown-Stephens, pass from RaHeim Moss, Week 6 vs. Xenia, 35-7.
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69: Moss, run, at Centerville.
61: Brown-Stephens, pass from Te’Sean Smoot, Week 2 at Fairfield, 15-14.
60: Jeff Tolliver, run, Week 3 at Hudson, 16-10.
60: Moss, run, at Centerville.
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56: Tolliver, pass from Moss, Week 5 vs. Lebanon, 28-0.
48: Moses Douglass, pass from Moss, at Centerville.
44: Tavion Smith, INT return, vs. Lebanon.
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37: Larry Stephens, pass from Moss, vs. Lebanon.
35: Stephens, pass from Moss, vs. Fairfield.
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