A touchdown in highschool football is worth 6 points.
Corey Robinson with 91 touchdown passes in 2008. He plays for Troy University.
Yes the football can be advanced by any team Incorrect - the defense cannot advance a fumble in high school football. The play is blown dead upon fumble and the ball spotted where the change in possession occurred.
You cannot score a touchdown if you intercept an extra point. If you return it for a touchdown (all the way to the other team's end zone) you get two points. This is only for college level football. Professional football and High School football immediately blows the whistle and the play is dead when an extra point kick attempt is blocked.
No, it can be returned for 2 pts. on an extra pt. conversion.
California high school football follows an overtime structure similar to that of college football, meaning that in a given overtime period each team's offense is given the ball at the opponents 25-yard line. According to California Interscholastic Federation rules, "If a second overtime period is needed, a 2 point conversion must be attempted by the team scoring a touchdown." Thus, in order for this contest to stretch to three overtimes, the teams not only had to match each other touchdown for touchdown, but conversion for conversion.
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He does; Barrt Sanders Jr. plays high school ball in Oklahoma. He made news with a 64yd touchdown run and is notable for averaging around 8yds a carry.
Yes, Desert Hills High School defeated Uintah High School for it's first game played as a new school. Please see http://www.tribpreps.com/football/summary.asp?GameID=358 for a brief game summary. Note: Daniel "Butch" Hatch, RB #1 scored Desert Hills first school touchdown.
It depends on the league and level of football, but in the NFL, the football is normally placed on the 2 yard line for both a point-after kick or a 2-point conversion attempt. In high school, it's placed on the 3 yard line. CFL rules put it on the 5 yard line.
Pittsburgh Panthers' Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino finished his 1979 to 1982 college career with Pitt having thrown 74 touchdown passes.