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A 74-yard touchdown pass in Clairton's victory over Jeannette is the winner of "Play of the Week" for Week 9 of Operation Football. Tre'sean Howard juggled the pass a bit before hauling it in and racing to the end zone, as the Bears handed the Jayhawks their only loss of the season, 40-6. The long scoring play got 74 percent of the vote in the "Play of the Week" poll on the WTAE app and WTAE.com. Click the video below to watch all three plays that were on the poll for Week 9.
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