Who had the hardest hit in hs football you have ever seen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleandGold04
    It was 2002 and we (Male) were playing Highlands in a bowl game at Beechwood, when highlands was punting to Sergio Spencer. He came down the male sideline and all you see is a helmet fly in the air as Dale Baughman blind sided one of the highland players. Our whole sideline erupts not even worrying about the return we were juss celebrating the hit. The kid was completely knocked out ( and i have respect for him to get up that is were the respect lies). Highlands coaches rushed to our sideline saying it was a dirty hit but i have seen it many many times since and it was the hardest high school hit i have ever seen. Lets put it this way the Courier-Journal in louisville had it in their paper the next day were coach red said it was a NFL hit in high school, and better than most NFL hits.
    I agree this was the hardest hit I have ever seen at at High School game. I also agree it was a legal hit. As you said the sidelines erupted, the problem was a young man lay motionless on the ground. I believe that is what upset most HHS fans and coaches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by willydidit
    Vincent Tucker- -Paris High School vs. Dayton High School (1977 or 78?) I can't remember exactly. It was scary.



    It was 1978 and Dayton won the game 12-8 but that was one of the most powerful hits I've ever seen in a game. Actually, the guy fumble the football but he got hit so hard the officials didn't see the Paris player pick the ball up and ran it in for a score. They just ran over to the Dayton player, It was awful. I've been wondering how that guy is doing today!

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    How about THE hit in the Boone/T Final in 94???



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    The hardest hit I ever saw was during a Bellevue practice when a kid was running at Lorenzy Holland thinking he was going to blind side him until Lorenzy turned around at the last second and ended up crushing him like a pop can. He broke the kids jaw.

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    Garrard Co. Vs. Harrodsburg 1996.. The running back from Harrodsburg (Dunn or JOnes kid) was hit by Aaron Ball on a Screen Pass. Knocked him out and Harrodsburg's state run was done. Harrodsburg won 14-13 even thought Garrard beat the state champs that year (beechwood) over at Admiral Stadium that year.... Garrard should have won state that year.... but that's the way the cookie crumbels...

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    I see at least one monster hit each week. Tonight I saw a bunch of them, ala Nick Metzger. He just lights people up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    How about THE hit in the Boone/T Final in 94???


    Haha... was there a hit in that game all I remember is a cheap shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportz Addict
    Haha... was there a hit in that game all I remember is a cheap shot
    Tape shows it was as close as you can get. Being a young homer can cloud your judgement..


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    Quote Originally Posted by BFritz21
    Ryan Pfeifer (spelling) in the 97 Mud Bowl against Highlands
    You're right, I forgot all about that hit. Pfeifer is a heck of a rebounder in b-ball too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    Tape shows it was as close as you can get. Being a young homer can cloud your judgement..

    Did you get the Trinity edited version? It was cleary an early hit. The Trinity people even admit it. That's what happens with home court advantage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportz Addict
    Did you get the Trinity edited version? It was cleary an early hit. The Trinity people even admit it. That's what happens with home court advantage
    It WAS early, and the Refs made a bad call, but that was as "bang/bang" as you'll ever see...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    It WAS early, and the Refs made a bad call, but that was as "bang/bang" as you'll ever see...
    As Shania would say "That don't impress me much" running full speed and trucking an innocent by stander. It was a mugging reported on the 20 yard line and 4th street of Louisville.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportz Addict
    As Shania would say "That don't impress me much" running full speed and trucking an innocent by stander. It was a mugging reported on the 20 yard line and 4th street of Louisville.
    The tape shows the ball hitting the crown of the defenders helmet on the play. The fact the Boone player was carted off made the situation more than it was...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    The tape shows the ball hitting the crown of the defenders helmet on the play. The fact the Boone player was carted off made the situation more than it was...
    Chris was fine he's as tough as they come. He just got back from Iraq he's a Marine infantryman with a purple heart. I would like to get those two guys together for a reinactment of that play and put it on CPC. Now that would be ratings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportz Addict
    Chris was fine he's as tough as they come. He just got back from Iraq he's a Marine infantryman with a purple heart. I would like to get those two guys together for a reinactment of that play and put it on CPC. Now that would be ratings!
    Tell me about it...



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