So that’s how he does it


Clinton-Massie senior running back has 764 yards in two playoff games, nearly matching his 1,079 regular season yards in nine games. How has he done it? Apparently by levitating himself over and around opposing defenders — at least that’s how it appears in this photograph by Elizabeth Clark during last week’s playoff game against Indian Hill. The Falcons football team plays Bishop Fenwick 7 p.m. Saturday at Xenia’s Doug Adams Stadium in the Div. IV Region 14 championship game.

Clinton-Massie senior running back has 764 yards in two playoff games, nearly matching his 1,079 regular season yards in nine games. How has he done it? Apparently by levitating himself over and around opposing defenders — at least that’s how it appears in this photograph by Elizabeth Clark during last week’s playoff game against Indian Hill. The Falcons football team plays Bishop Fenwick 7 p.m. Saturday at Xenia’s Doug Adams Stadium in the Div. IV Region 14 championship game.


Clinton-Massie senior running back has 764 yards in two playoff games, nearly matching his 1,079 regular season yards in nine games. How has he done it? Apparently by levitating himself over and around opposing defenders — at least that’s how it appears in this photograph by Elizabeth Clark during last week’s playoff game against Indian Hill. The Falcons football team plays Bishop Fenwick 7 p.m. Saturday at Xenia’s Doug Adams Stadium in the Div. IV Region 14 championship game.

Clinton-Massie senior running back has 764 yards in two playoff games, nearly matching his 1,079 regular season yards in nine games. How has he done it? Apparently by levitating himself over and around opposing defenders — at least that’s how it appears in this photograph by Elizabeth Clark during last week’s playoff game against Indian Hill. The Falcons football team plays Bishop Fenwick 7 p.m. Saturday at Xenia’s Doug Adams Stadium in the Div. IV Region 14 championship game.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/11/web1_FB12_cm_tunonleaps21.jpgClinton-Massie senior running back has 764 yards in two playoff games, nearly matching his 1,079 regular season yards in nine games. How has he done it? Apparently by levitating himself over and around opposing defenders — at least that’s how it appears in this photograph by Elizabeth Clark during last week’s playoff game against Indian Hill. The Falcons football team plays Bishop Fenwick 7 p.m. Saturday at Xenia’s Doug Adams Stadium in the Div. IV Region 14 championship game.