1912 : 216-0, Most Lopsided Drubbing in High School Football

September 28, 2018 all-day

On September 28, 1912, the Muskegon High School football team defeated Hastings High 216-0 in what was believed at the time to be the most lopsided drubbing of a high school football team in world history.

Muskegon player Fred Jacobs scored 54 points for the Big Red with nine of the team’s 32 touchdowns.

Source: Michigan Every Day

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