Summit High School in Spring Hill, Tenn., just came into existence this year. Built to serve a growing school-age population, Summit only has freshmen and sophomores, for a total enrollment of about 500. But like any school, they wanted a football team. So they threw one together as fast as they could, and suited up for their first ever game. Undermatched and undersized, this is what happened on the opening kickoff.
The Spartans would go on to lose the game 34-12, and their next one 42-18. It'll be an uphill battle. But at least they've got football.