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

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    Quote Originally Posted by 53
    If there ever was a bigger hit in High School football than this one, I would hate to see it. Vincent Tucker was an animal, who because of a missed block had a clean shot on a super running back on a kickoff return. Dayton 8 Paris 6. The Dayton QB "The polish prince" Wrobleski. Tom Brown was the back, he himself was an animal. He came back from a broken jaw to personally dismantle Beechwood a few weeks later. I thought he was dead on the field. Dayton had some tough boys in those days

    So did Paris!
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    The best hit I ever seen was Brandon Willis against the Knox Central Panthers Brandon Willis layed a crack block to the young player and the result of the hit was a broken collar bone and a mild concussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRCW
    I didn't get to see it, (I'm going to get a copy of the tape) but I heard the hit that Adam Cannoy put on a Prestonsburg player was one of the biggest hits ever at Putnam Stadium.
    LRCW, this hit was good and legal, but it was over hyped by the Ashland faithful. I was there and saw the hit. As old as that stadium is I would doubt that this is one of the hardest hits, but maybe so. This hit was on a small freshman player that is very talented and tough as nails. JMO

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    I saw quite a few watching Breathitt County over the years.

    Two that stand out

    1 - Jeremiah Chapman, a 5-8 160 lb CB, intercepted a pass against Whitesburg. During the runback, a Whitesburg O-lineman (pretty good sized guy) was closing in to make the tackle and instead of running out of bounds, Chapman just lowered his head and literally ran over the guy.

    2- John Rader - When Breathitt played Erlanger Lloyd in the '95 playoffs they had a great WR, Charles Sheffield (I think). He came across the middle on one play and Rader drilled him from the MLB position. It's a hit you've seen a thousand times over the years at every level, but its always great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFritz21
    In the 99 Cov Cath-Beechwood game, I went up to pick off a pass, and Preston Long about broke my ribs. Not the hardest or best hit ever, but it wasn't too shabby (looked like it hurt, I don't remember because the wreck was the night after the game)
    But did you actually see the hit?

    Or just feel it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caster Troy
    Was that on a kickoff?
    No it was on a Doug Howard sweep and I took an angle on him in which I wish I wouldn't have done after.. BTW... He went out of bounds and to the ground also so I was credited with the tackle....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrewU
    Brian Urlacher in the commercial he is in with Mike Vick and Ladainian Tomlinson.
    WOW....

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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
    It certainly wasn't CHEAP. Early? a little...But it was a good one, I'll never forget it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportz Addict
    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!

    That would be kind of cool to see.

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    [QUOTE=5wide]I saw quite a few watching Breathitt County over the years.

    Two that stand out

    1 - Jeremiah Chapman, a 5-8 160 lb CB, intercepted a pass against Whitesburg. During the runback, a Whitesburg O-lineman (pretty good sized guy) was closing in to make the tackle and instead of running out of bounds, Chapman just lowered his head and literally ran over the guy.
    QUOTE]For a second I thought you were talking about someone I knew, but it was Wireman from Breathitt, and the guy that tackled him didn't get ran over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackcat2007
    LRCW, this hit was good and legal, but it was over hyped by the Ashland faithful. I was there and saw the hit. As old as that stadium is I would doubt that this is one of the hardest hits, but maybe so. This hit was on a small freshman player that is very talented and tough as nails. JMO
    It seems by the reaction of your coach and the fact that the referees suspended the rest of the half due to emotions that some others might disagree with you

    Woody Jr

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    MANY Northeast KY fans would probably say Ashland's 75 JAWS team playing Bryan Station(their glory years) in the playoffs.

    Help me Cats fans if I got any details wrong


    Rick Sang was returning a punt down the home sidelines for a TD right in front of the Ashland fan section. A BS player had the angle and was just about to tackle Sang when Chuck Anderson (QB/LB - YES, QB/LB!!) peeled back and destroyed the kid. Helmet rolled to the wall and a hush fell over the stadium. The kid did not get up and went out in an ambulance as I recall.

    If I've embelished this with age please feel free to say so, but until Cannoys hit this year there has never been anything close to Chucks hit that night IMO.
    (Chuck & Greg Jackson went on to West Point and he's now a high rank - general??)

    Lets hear some corraboration from you old(er) Tomcats.

    Cheers, Woody Jr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Italian Stallion
    Neil Cooper knocking Conner's qb through the fence onto the track at S.K. in 03

    Can you say late hit and cheap shot? Those don't count as big hits

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuDvAyNe
    What about that hit that Ashland kid laid on that P-burg kid last week. Nasty.

    I was the covering official on that play, it was the hardest hit I've ever seen. Knocked him out of his shoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackcat2007
    LRCW, this hit was good and legal, but it was over hyped by the Ashland faithful. I was there and saw the hit. As old as that stadium is I would doubt that this is one of the hardest hits, but maybe so. This hit was on a small freshman player that is very talented and tough as nails. JMO
    I was the covering official on that play, it was the hardest hit I've ever seen. Knocked him out of his shoe

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