Paris Ford and Todd Hill had big-time performances in Steel Valley's blowout of Vincentian last week, as both returned two interceptions for touchdowns.
It's a feat rarely accomplished by a player in a game, but what makes their achievement even more unique is that that all of the pick-6s came in not only one game, but in one quarter.
Ford and Hill put on a show in the first quarter of Steel Valley's 55-8 win. Ford returned interceptions 30 and 47 yards for touchdowns and Hill followed with interception returns of 26 and 49 yards. DeWayne Murray's two rushing touchdowns were the bookends of the defensive scores, and the Ironment jumped to a 42-0 lead after just 12 minutes.
Ford, a highly-regarded senior and Pitt commit, has returned three interceptions for touchdowns this season and has done it five times over the past two seasons. He had two pick-6s last season while playing for Seton-LaSalle.