Bay High senior Keishaun Pullom did a little of everything in the Tigers' 31-27 Region 8-4A victory over Vancleave.
Not only did Pullom rush for 230 yards and score on a 5-yard run, but he also blocked a field goal, two extra points and had the game-securing interception.
"He's definitely an impact player for us," Bay High coach Jeff Hopgood said. "Whenever he steps on the field we expect him to make a play."
Pullom plays running back for the Tigers and is also sees significant playing time at safety, kick returner and in the kick blocking schemes.
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"With the injuries we've had we've had to move him around quite a bit," Hopgood said. "He's Just an unselfish player who made play after play for us."
With Friday's performance, Pullom has rushed for 1,115 yards and 10 scores on the season.
The win keeps Bay's post-season hopes alive as four teams are deadlocked at 1-2 in the region.