WATCH: Franklin students mob AD after field goal wins free Chick-fil-A

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Franklin High School Athletic Director Brian Bales kicked a 25-yard field goal during halftime of the school's football game on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019, to win a free Chick-fil-A sandwich for every student at the game.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Franklin High School students scored Chick-fil-A gift cards following two successful field goals at last Friday’s football game.

Athletic Director Brian Bales said the names of the three students were drawn randomly to kick a 25-yard field goal at a halftime kicking challenge for a chance to receive Chick-fil-A for a year.

Of the three students selected, sophomore Emma Madden made her kick and received 52 Chick-fil-A gift cards.

Bales said Chick-fil-A suggested there be an administrator’s kicking challenge and if they could kick a field goal, they would give each student present at the game a gift card for a sandwich.

Assistant Principal Michael Voynovich snapped the ball to Principal Kelli Fromm to hold for Bales to successfully kick the field goal to win the free sandwich gift cards for the students at the game.

Voynovich and Bales had some field goal kicking experience as Voynovich was a long snapper in college and Bales was a former kicker in the Arena Football League for a year.

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