VIDEO: HS team scores on insane two-point conversion
When is a two-point conversion not just a two-point conversion? When the quarterback, as he's being tackled, blindly flings the ball backwards into the endzone.
Two-point conversions are usually pretty bland. This one, hailing from a Friday night matchup between Iowa high schools Gehlen Catholic and North Union, was anything but.
Quarterback Blake Wiltgen rolled to his left and was nearly taken down, but he somehow managed to fling a blind, backwards pass in the direction of the endzone.
Sure, the receiver, 6-foot-7 Colton Kneip was in the right place, but that pass was absurd. Gehlen Catholic went on to win 46-26, no doubt buoyed by their first-quarter theatrics.
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