MIAMI — Cleveland Heights native and Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LIV.
Kelce, who was born in Westlake, was a three-sport athlete at Cleveland Heights High School, playing football, basketball and baseball. He played at quarterback throughout high school, switching to tight end in college with the Cincinnati Bearcats.
The tight end caught the touchdown pass with just over six minutes left the fourth quarter, getting the Chiefs back in the game after being down 20-10.
Watch the touchdown below:
The 30-year-old was drafted by the Chiefs in 2013. In his seven seasons in the league, Kelce has made five postseason appearances and is a five Pro Bowler and four-time All-Pro.