The Euless Trinity (Texas) Trojans are a terrifyingly good high school football team, and not just because they're ranked No. 2 in the new RivalsHigh 100. How good are they? Good enough to beat another nationally ranked team by nearly 60 points. Good enough to get national attention and a spot on ESPN's "SportsCenter" top plays. Good enough to do the Haka dance during pregame warm ups and look almost as intimidating as the New Zealand All Blacks. Good enough that everyone, even Madden NFL 11, wants a piece of the Trojans.
If you haven't seen the best of Trinity's 80-26 pasting of Shiloh Christian, one of the top teams in Arkansas, you're missing out. Trinity scored seven touchdowns in the first half. Three Trojans ran for more than 100 yards, despite the fact that some of the team's starters were held back when the game devolved into a crushing blowout.
If you want more proof of Trinity's brilliance, just check out the two highlights below. In the first, the Trojans run a reverse halfback pass to perfection. It was so efficient that Shiloh could barely recover to keep senior wide receiver Garland Rader out of the end zone.