Wednesday, October 28, 2020
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Select pics: 96-yard rush for touchdown


NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, DeKALB (Nov. 28) — Ivory Kelly-Martin, #1, a junior for Nazareth Academy in LaGrange Park, Illinois, ran the longest rushing play for a touchdown in a state final game in any class. The Illinois High School Association began running the state series in football in 1974.

Unfortunately, the play went to the home sideline, and our camera was positioned in the visiting stands. This position did, however, allow us to get a good shot of the reaction from Nazareth’s student section in this state Class 5A game Saturday morning.






Paul Katula
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