Randolph Zleh scored four touchdowns in Mount Pleasant (Providence, R.I.) High School’s 46-0 rout of East Greenwich, but one was a bit more special than the rest.
On the final play of the first half, Zleh, a junior, took a screen pass from quarterback Klimo Kotoe and rumbled 64 yards into the end zone. That description sounds pretty impressive in its own right, but it doesn’t come close to doing Zleh’s incredible run justice.
In fact, the running back actually covered roughly 100 yards before crossing the goal line, running parallel from the near sideline to the far sideline and back, and broke nearly 10 tackles in the process. Luckily for Zleh, the clock read triple zeros when he finally reached paydirt, giving the likely exhausted high schooler a full halftime to catch his breath.
Check out the run in the video below, with a helmet sticker to Prep Rally.