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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Terrion Arnold wasn’t wearing the right cleats on Friday night. He had a stylish pink-and-white-and-blue pair that didn’t give him the burst he needed.
He was still fast. But he picked out another golden pair for the second half with an equipment change. His Pope John Paul II Panthers only went 27 players deep on Friday night against Class 7A Chiles in Florida High School Association play.
Arnold made sure of it. When it was time to put the game on ice, the All-American Bowl pick called “Game” in his own right.
Chiles was driving for a potential game-winning score. Arnold then delivered a walk-off Pick-6 that finished off the Timberwolves for a 40-27 victory. It was his second interception of the night and now his sixth interception of the season.
Those gold cleats produced some golden steps on that game-ending play.