It has been months since high school sports teams have been able to play and have fans in the stands due to COVID-19. The final rounds of the Michigan High School Athletic Association Football and Girls Volleyball tournaments are coming up. A limited numbers of spectators will be allowed to attend those games.
This video from MSU shows a simple band that players of any sport can wrap around their head at the start of a game. When they take a hard hit, all a coach has to do is pull out the band. Reading the results is as simple as a pregnancy test.
On Thursday night, Vincent Stover, an autistic player on the Mountain Ridge High School football team near Phoenix, entered the game against late against North Canyon.
On his first play, he was tackled pretty hard an excessively by an opposing player.
That's all it took for retaliation to happen and both benches to clear.
A Vine was posted the other day by a Texas high school football player named Gary Haynes, who is hoping to take his football career to the next level.
In the short video, he tosses up a hail Mary, sprints down the field and then appears to catch the very pass he threw.