This week in Martin's Moments I showcased three plays from Central Catholic's state title game against Indianapolis Scecina.
I chose Andrew Hubertz for my number three spot. Hubertz punted three balls inside Scecina's 20 yard line. It was the second week in a row that he achieved that feat.
Timmy Mills took number two this week. Mills returned a punt 44 yards for a touchdown. That play added the exclamation point to the Knights' win.
But the number one play this week had to be Joe Smith's 54 yard touchdown catch. Smith ran for the touchdown with just one shoe. It was the Knights' first score of the game. Central Catholic won its fourth straight class 1A state title.
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