In a Washington high school football game, Tumwater High successfully converted a 2-point play with a backwards, over-the-head pass into the end zone to tie the game against Olympia's Capital High in what should be a candidate for play of the year.
Tumwater quarterback Jayden Croft faked a handoff to his running back, then with his back to the line of scrimmage, tossed the ball over his head into the end zone, where 6-foot-5 tight end Jamie Bryant was waiting. Bryant used his height advantage to leap over the defenders and make the catch in the end zone.
The successful 2-point conversion allowed Tumwater to tie the game at 21-21 and gave them momentum which carried over into double overtime for a 35-28 upset victory over top-ranked Capital.
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