High school female kicker delivers a big hit, helps team stay unbeaten

North Penn high school's Kelly Macnamara, who is the first female kicker for the football team, joins SportsCenter to discuss her big hit that has gone viral.

Word to the wise: don't cross paths with Kelly Macnamara on the football field, she'll have you seeing stars.

Macnamara, who became the first female football player in North Penn High School history when she joined the team as a sophomore, has gone viral after her leveling hit against a Central Bucks High School East player spoiled a special teams reverse play.

In addition to her big hit, the junior Macnamara also knocked down two field goals and three extra points. North Penn won the game 33-14 and is 7-0 on the season.

Check out the impressive hit here tweeted by Macnamara herself: 

Who said kickers can't hit?

Sean Hurd is a Digitial Media Associate for ESPN. Follow him @seanahurd

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