Texas High School Football Produces Rare Tipped INT, Fumble, Recovery, Fumble Again & Recovery For A TD

Welcome to North Richland Hills, Texas in suburban Fort Worth where there was a rare football play during Richland High School’s Friday night’s game against Mansfield Summit. You really need to watch this one a few times to see everything that happens before Richland eventually recovers the pigskin for a touchdown.

• Tipped INT

• Fumble

• Recovery

• Another fumble

• Recovery for a touchdown

“Cole Benson threw an interception in the Richland end zone. Micah Roberson, who picked the ball off, was eventually stripped,” the Dallas Morning News reported. “The ball was recovered Richland’s Mark Zamora on the 18-yard line, who then fumbled on the Summit one-yard line, and teammate Jay Rhinehart recovered that fumble for a touchdown.”

Whew. 

Then, on the kickoff, Mansfield Summit’s returner went 82-yards for a touchdown as Summit cruised to a 49-23 win.

Double whew. 

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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