Pennsylvania high school football player goes viral with perfectly timed play for touchdown
28th October 2021

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A Pennsylvania high school football player’s perfectly timed play went viral on social media this week.

Wakeem Page, a defensive back for Cathedral Prep in Erie, made an unforgettable play on Friday when he jumped the line of scrimmage and intercepted a would-be toss from a Meadville High School quarterback to the running back. 

The play was seen nearly 2 million times on social media.
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Wakeem Page said he just studied the film to get the jump start.
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YESSIR!! Sync this audio with your last TD and tag #hudl #hudlhighlights. Wakeem Page | Cathedral Prep, PA #highschoolfootball #sports #yessir

“We’d been watching film so I knew when (the quarterback) moved out about two yards that it was going to be a pitch play. I shot the gap and (the ball) just landed in my hands,” Page told Erie Times-News.

Page is listed on his Hudl highlights page as a cornerback and wide receiver for Cathedral Prep. He’s in the class of 2023. In the game against Meadville, he accounted for three scores, including the perfectly timed play. He had a fumble recovery for a touchdown and a 15-yard touchdown catch.

Cathedral Prep won the game.
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According to Max Preps, Cathedral Prep is 7-1 this season overall.

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