sa·lu·bri·ousThat's not what I got from context, but it'll do.
Etymology: Latin salubris; akin to salvus safe, healthy — more at safe
: favorable to or promoting health or well-being
synonyms see healthful
— sa·lu·bri·ous·ly adverb
— sa·lu·bri·ous·ness noun
— sa·lu·bri·ty \-brə-tē\ noun
Found online: Randolph, a sophomore kicker, set a career-high by converting all three of his field goal attempts in the win at North Carolina, a game that did not see a touchdown scored until the 5:49 mark of the fourth quarter.
You don't need a hyphen for career high, unless you say someone kicked a career-high three field goals. That sentence fragment at the end could be turned into a sentence.
Randolph, a sophomore kicker, kicked a career-high three field goals on three tries in the win at North Carolina. No touchdown was scored until the 5:49 mark of the fourth quarter.
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