“Left 35, fake to fullback and go option left.”
That was how quarterback Ryan Hill described the pivotal play in West Brunswick’s 35-22 season-opening football victory Friday night over Socastee.
“We actually had a pass called.”
That was how Trojan coach Jimmy Fletcher described the play.
Whatever it was called, and whatever it was designed to do, the play worked—Hill zig-zagged 94 yards for the fourth-quarter touchdown that clinched West’s victory and end a 12-game losing streak.