High School Running Back Runs For 722 Yards and 10 Touchdowns—In One Game

This high school running back had a season in one game, rushing for over 700 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Journey Brown, a running back for Meadville (Pennsylvania) High School, did something in one night that most high school football players will never accomplish in an entire season. The junior led his team to victory with a record-breaking performance, running for 722 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns. We don't think you can even do that in Madden.

Believe it or not the game was still close. The final score, 107-90, could not fit on the scoreboard.

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If you're wondering who scored all the points for the other team, that would be DuBois High School quarterback Matt Miller. The sophomore also had a record-breaking night, throwing for 741 yards and 10 touchdowns. It looks like the two teams'  defensive units didn't come to play.

Check out the interview from ESPN below; then watch Journey Brown's sophomore highlight tape. It looks like he ran all over defenses last season too.


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