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Sport High school football player tackled teammate after interception was returned the wrong way

20:05  14 october  2019
20:05  14 october  2019 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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High school football player tackled teammate after interception was returned the wrong way . But the intercepting player took off running for the wrong end zone. That was when Fairfield player Kha-Ron Thrower had to take matters into his own hands to stop his teammate from running into an

An unfortunate play was saved from being even worse during a high school football game between Fairfield High As he headed the wrong way , his teammates were yelling for him to re-route and turn around, but he Not sure what the exchange between the two players was after the tackle was , but

Of all the weird things to happen on a football field, it would be difficult to top exactly what went down during Friday's high school football game between Fairfield High School (Calif.) and Rodriguez (Calif.).

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At some point during the game, Fairfield picked off a pass from Rodriguez. But the intercepting player took off running for the wrong end zone. That was when Fairfield player Kha-Ron Thrower had to take matters into his own hands to stop his teammate from running into an embarrassing safety.

Thrower ran 50 yards to bring down his teammate at the 10-yard line with a clutch tackle. As he pointed out, it was a Not Top Play and a Top Play all into one.

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A California high school football team spun a unique moment in sports on Friday night oddly Fairfield High School defenders were seen pointing in horror as he ran the ball the wrong way . Thrower posted the interception and tackle on Twitter, which he deemed a Sportscenter "not top 10

Video shows the funny moment Antonio Bush, a member of the Fairfield High School football team , catches an interception and runs the wrong way . The teen was attempting to score a touchdown when one of his own teammate , Kha'ron Thrower, tackled him.

OH NO.

You can even see the Fairfield players pointing at the correct end zone, but props to Thrower for the heads-up effort to tackle his own teammate.

It was the player's first interception too. He just got turned around and didn't realize that he was going the wrong way.

As big as that tackle was, Fairfield would lose, 14-7. The team is 0-7 on the season.

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