Top Five Plays from High School Football Week 7

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(KALB) - During Friday nights games, fans got a taste of some fall weather as the temperature dropped for the first time this season. With that taste comes the reminder that the playoffs are just around the corner, and every remaining game has big implications in seeding. With that in mind, here are the most exciting plays from another exciting week.

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Solitaire dominates Rebels
Trey Solitaire put the Natchitoches Central Cheifs on his back Friday night, getting 18 touches for 218 yards and FIVE touchdowns. He'd get 82 of his yards on this one play, and the Chiefs would take down Pineville.

Flores taps his toes for TD
Braydon Flores can dance. Well, probably. That may just be reckless speculation, but judging from his toe-tapping ability on the football field, he may have a nice career waiting for his as a tap dancer (if this football thing doesn't work out).

Anderson sacrifices body for paydirt
Josiah Anderson carried the Block Bears in their contest against Montgomery last Thursday night, scoring two first half touchdowns, this being the money shot. Anderson dives for the corner and is rewarded with 6.

Panthers ride special teams TD to victory
Jude Newton is here for all of your special teams entertainment needs. He does weddings, birthday parties, and he also scores 85 yard touchdowns. Newton's big play helped the Panthers get the homecoming win over Winnfield.

Wampus Cats play "Hot Potato"
We all remember playing "Hot Potato" as kids. Well, Friday night, during the Grant-Leesville game, everyone took a trip down memory lane, as a bad snap lead to a ball that seemed covered in butter and piping hot. Finally, Jalen Shephard calms the storm, pick the ball up, returns it for the touchdown, and Leesville remained undefeated in the process

See ya next week
Well, that will do it for your Top Five Plays from Week 7. Join us here next week to see some amazing stuff from Week 8 and don't forget to nominate an Athlete of the Week by clicking on the Sports section and the Athlete of the Week tab. Follow the Athlete of the Week submission in the top middle of the page to nominate who YOU think should be the Athlete of the Week!