Kobe Moore will have a lifetime memory from his final high school football game. And it won’t be winning the 4th Down Magazine Mid-Penn Conference Player of the Week, although that sure is a nice runner-up.
Moore returned an interception 55 yards to pay dirt in Camp Hill’s 41-25 loss to Dunmore in the PIAA Class 2A quarterfinals. He also caught five passes for 33 yards and rushed three times for 14 stripes. It was a valiant effort for the senior receiver/linebacker in his last game.
Lions fans loved the effort and voted 733 times for Moore, easily beating out Juniata sophomore receiver Jasper Shepps (285 votes) this week. There were 1,030 total votes cast this week.
The Lions’ season ended with an 8-4 record. Moore finished with 139 yards and two TDs passing, 487 yards and another score rushing, and 318 yards and eight touchdowns receiving. Plus he was credited with 171 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, four sacks, two picks, three forced fumbles and two recoveries.