COLORADO SPRINGS — There were three great choices for the Friday Football Fever: Play of the Night for week 3, however one left viewers spinning.
With more than 1,300 hundred votes, Cheyenne Mountain's Daymond Hill going 65-yards for the touchdown against Palmer, took home the win.
On their first possession of the game, the Indian's Hill got the hand-off, followed his blocks, and made it to the second layer of the defense. After making his one-on-one match-up miss, Hill then took off to the end zone. Palmer's safety tried to catch up to Hill, the senior made a 'spin cycle' move to make the defender miss and score the touchdown.
Cheyenne Mountain would go on to shut out the Terrors, 44-0, and improve to 2-1 on the season.
Hill, who transferred from Doherty before the season, broke down the play with News 5 Sports:
"I am seeing a lot of guys in the box, but I am seeing a lot of butts too. You know when you see butts, you follow your butts, meaning you follow your blockers. I was following my blockers and they did an amazing job. I high stepped out of an ankle tackle. A lot of these cats were trying to tackle me real low, so I had to high step. I had my one-on-one with a safety. I made a move because he over-committed. Once I had that one-on-one, I knew it was green. I am heading down the field and I see those cats coming and I made a move. I was determined, I had to get there. I was trying to get in that box."
Cheyenne Mountain will travel to Garry Berry Stadium on Saturday to face Coronado at 11 A.M.