Some plays were meant to be broken. In this case, Alexandria's Matthew Carlsen on Friday night made ESPN's SportsCenter with a broken-play-turned-touchdown early in the fourth quarter against Sartell. 

Alexandria Echo Press editor Eric Morken caught the wild third-down play on camera and the folks in Bristol took note.

That play cut Sartell's lead to 16-14. Alexandria's Zach Wosepka capped a memorable night for the Cardinals when his 32-yard field goal with under 2 minutes to play put Alexandria ahead 17-16.

It's only Week 2 of the prep season. What more will we see before November?

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