With two seconds remaining on the clock, Manor (Texas) High School trailed Hendrickson, 49-46. The Manor Mustangs had the ball at Hendrickson's 43. It seemed that only a miracle could win the game for Manor. Actually, a keen memory sufficed.
Emulating one of the more famous college football finishes in recent years, Manor pulled off an unbelievable trick play to win the game. Manor quarterback Jacorey McQueen stepped up in the pocket to avoid getting sacked and delivered a strike to receiver Avery Mack, who immediately lateraled the ball to receiver Statron Jones. He then ran down the left sideline and dove into the end zone for the game-winning score.
After the improbable victory, Manor head coach Sadd Jackson said he owes the play-call to the former Boise State offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin, who famously called his own hook and ladder in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl. That played tied the game in the final moments of the fourth quarter, enabling Boise to upset Oklahoma in overtime.
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