Here are this week's USA Today High School Sports Top 5 National Plays of the Week..
Our Number 1 play of the week courtesy East Lake High School in Tarpon Springs. Linebacker Carson Lydon keeps his eye on the ball and comes up with the tipped ball for an interception and a nice return.
Number 2 comes from Martin Luther King Jr. High School in Lithonia, Georgia. Quarterback Roland Rivers breaking tackle after tackle against Southwest DeKalb and he finds the endzone for MLK.
Number 3 features Chapin High School in South Carolina. Quarterback Matt Sharpie eyes his receiver and the pass is tipped not once but twice before Nate Blankenship hauls it in for the Eagles touchdown.
Number 4 comes from Zeeland East High School in Michigan. Running Back Spencer Viening fights off multiple tackles to score the game-winning touchdown from 2 yards out in overtime over arch rival Zeeland West.
And our Number 5 play of the week from Robbinsdale Armstrong High School in Plymouth, Minnesota where the ball appears to get intercepted by the Blaine High School defensive back but wide receiver Dexter Betts rips the ball away from the defender for a touchdown.
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