By Ted Silary

Posted: September 03, 2011

Stat rules dictate that no touchdown can cover more than 100 yards, but two exceeded that distance Friday.

As visiting Murrell Dobbins Tech bested Abraham Lincoln, 12-0, Dishon Solomon turned an interception into a 109-yard score, thus tying the actual-distance city record set in 2004 by West Catholic's Tyrek Smith, vs. Penn Wood.

Also, while helping Samuel Fels top visiting Ben Franklin, 26-6, Jamiel Hines made a one-handed pick in the end zone and wound up traveling 102 yards for a score.

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