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Platt Scores Six TDs as Seneca Beats Churchill



Seneca Valley’s Adrian Feliz-Platt turned in what could arguably be the best game in the storied history of Seneca Valley High School football on Friday night against Churchill.

Platt ran for 363 yards on just 15 carries to break the school’s single-game rushing record. On his way to 363 yards, he scored six touchdowns to break Seneca Valley’s single game touchdown record. He also had a drive ending sack while playing linebacker, as the Screaming Eagles pounded Churchill 56 to 22, to improve their record to 2-1.

According to Seneca Valley Head Coach Fred Kim, Platt may have broken the career rushing record for a running back at Seneca Valley held for ten years by Shawn Perry, who set the record at the end of his senior year in 2006.