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Baird Bros. H.S. Football Play of the Year

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Below are descriptions for the ten top high school football plays for each week of the regular season as determined by the 21 Sports team.

After reading the description of each play, go to the bottom of this page to vote for the Baird Bros. High School Football Play of the Year.  You can also watch each play in the player at the top of this page.

Voting ends at midnight on November 25, 2013.  We will announce the winner in December.

Week #1 Lisbon: Josh Liberati hands off to Brandon Barnes, who tosses back to Liberati. Liberati then fires a pass to Jagr Groubert for a 35 yard gain. The "flea flicker" pass sets up the game winning touchdown as Lisbon beats rival Leetonia, 13-12.

Week #2 Struthers: Frank Serrano returns an interception 95 yards for a score, leading the Wildcats to 35-14 win over Lakeview.

Week #3 Crestview: With Liberty trailing 34-26, Crestview's Colin Gilbert comes up with an interception to stop the drive and preserve the win.

Week #4 South Range: Ryan Miller tosses a 22 yard touchdown pass to Bryce Allen that puts the Raiders up 34-21. South Range goes on to beat Crestview, 49-35.

Week #5 Lakeview: Angelo Marino's 15 yard touchdown run with less than 3 minutes remaining gives Lakeview a 42-35 lead as the Bulldogs hold on to defeat Girard.

Week #6 Canfield: Kimu Kim runs 31 yards for a score, giving the Cardinals a 56-48 lead over Niles. Kim has 497 yards rushing (5th most in Ohio history) and 9 rushing touchdowns (state record) in the game.

Week #7 Liberty: Leopard defenders Daquan Carter and Danny Markulin stop Girard on a 2-point conversion with less than 30 seconds left to preserve a 40-39 win over the Indians.

Week #8 Hubbard: L.J. Scott scores the game-winning touchdown in overtime to beat Poland, 30-24, as the Eagles win the AAC National Division title.

Week #9 Lakeview, PA: Blake Reddick runs 48 yards for a touchdown, giving the Sailors a 19-2 lead and eventual victory over West Middlesex. Reddick finishes with 97 yards rushing.

Week #10 Liberty: Lynn Bowden returns the opening kickoff 89 yards for a Liberty touchdown. He later returns another kickoff 85 yards for a score as the Leopards beat Champion, 24-6.

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