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High School Running Back with one ear and odd name smashes rushing record

Regina, Saskatchewan- A High School running back in Canada played just one game his senior year and broke just about every Canadian High School  rushing record. Jeremy Farts, a senior running back for the East River Sea Wolves played one game his senior year but it was one for the ages. Farts carried the ball 38 times for an astonishing 544 yards and six touchdowns in their season opener against Wolf Creek. East River went on to win 56-34.

Farts who was born with just one ear was unstoppable as he exploded on the game’s first play from scrimmage for an 82 yard touchdown. The 5’1, 205lbs Farts went off on the Wolf Creek defense for 270 yards rushing in just the first two quarters.

It was more Farts in the second half as he continued electrifying the crowd with another 274 yards on the ground. Unfortunately late in the game, Farts suffered two season ending injuries on one play, including a shattered hip and torn liver which ended his high school football career after just one game. “This was the best performance I’ve ever seen and one that legends are made of” said Wolf Creek Head coach Tommy Spinach.

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