Jones Scores Two Touchdowns Wearing Marshfield Teen’s Cleats

Ashley Herman finds out that her design has been chosen to be represented on Aaron Jones' cleats against the Chicago Bears. Courtesy of the Green Bay Packers on Facebook.

MARSHFIELD, WI (OnFocus) – After wearing a pair of cleats designed by Marshfield teenager Ashley Herman, Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones scored two touchdowns in a game against the division-rival Chicago Bears on Sunday night.

The cleats were on display on national television station NBC as Jones scampered into the end zone on a 3-yard run in the third quarter. Not even a minute of game time later, Jones caught a 23-yard pass from Quarterback Aaron Rodgers for his second score of the night.

In a post-game interview, Jones said he was happy to wear the cleats designed by Herman and be able to score while wearing them as well.

“I’m glad I could go out there and leave her with two touchdowns in those cleats and leave her something memorable,” Jones said.

Herman won a contest and earned the right to have her design represented on Aaron’s cleats while he supported pediatric cancer in representing Alex’s Lemonade Stand.

Jones finished the night with five carries for 35 yards and three catches for 30 yards to go along with the two touchdowns in the Packers’ 45-30 victory over the Bears.

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Neal Hogden
Author: Neal Hogden