Park Hill quarterback Anthony Hall had wide receiver Jaylin Noel open, streaking down the right hash early in the second quarter of Friday’s season opener against Lee’s Summit West.
We’re talking wide open. Noel could’ve enjoyed a light jog to the end zone, or maybe stopped for a quick swig of water.
Anyway, Noel was open ... and Hall just missed him by maybe a yard.
It was worth another shot, and the opportunity didn’t go unnoticed by the Park Hill coaching staff.
“We wanted to get back to it,” Noel said with a big smile.
Hill and Noel connected two plays later, the catalyst for Park Hill’s 19-6 victory over the Titans at Park Hill District Stadium on a gorgeous evening.
When Hall and Noel did link up, it was good for a 54-yard touchdown to open the scoring in the second quarter. It was also the culmination of a few years of practice, dating back to elementary school.
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