When Carli Kling had the chance to make history Friday night at Vineland High School, she wasn’t completely aware of it.
During Vineland’s 27-8 win over Bridgeton in the Fighting Clan’s opener, the sophomore came on to kick the extra point with a chance to become the first girl in the program’s history to score a point on the gridiron.
Congrats to Carli Kling she becomes the first female to score a point in the long and storied history of VHS Football pic.twitter.com/c8wbhb9QG9
— Vineland Football (@VinelandFB) September 9, 2017
“I was shocked and surprised,” Kling said after the game. “I felt really good.
“I’m still in shock about everything.”