DENVER — We start this week's Honor Roll with a heads-up play for No. 5. It's a tip drill, and Heritage safety Chris Worthing bobbles it up to himself and comes back down with it -- never taking his eyes off the ball.
Our No. 4 play is on the playoff pitch. Regis Jesuit's Luke Galan chips it up in the front of the net and Brendan O'Toole does the rest, laying it all out on the field to finish the goal.
We hit the mats for one of the best floor routines of the weekend. Overland's Mabry Robinson goes way up and lands a double back, earning her a 9.85 at the gymnastics state championships and our No. 3 spot.
Don't take your eyes off this play for No. 2! Mead running back Devon Edwards gets the handoff, fumbles it, but the ball bounces right back in his hands. He tops it off with a 26-yard touchdown.
Our No. 1 play is truly impressive. A place kick from Rampart's Alec Lenz lands perfectly onto the head of David Peters -- who sends it over to Oboyo Kuot for the double-header goal! Like a ricocheted pinball, that's in for a game-winner.
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