Found May 28, 2013 on The Last Angry Fan:
As Rick Chandler of SportsGrid so deftly pointed out, this happened during the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association Division II-AA Boys Soccer Championship game between Father Ryan High School and Montgomery Bell Academy. With the game knotted up at one, and Father Ryan’s Luke Strebel lining up for a 54-yard free kick as overtime was about to expire, it looked as if the game would go to dreaded penalty kicks to determine a winner. Then this happened… Talk about your all-time improbable finishes. Watching Montgomery Bell players go from expecting penalty kicks to the agony of defeat in the blink of an eye is heartbreaking, but honestly, you have to defend better than that in a championship game, even on what seems to be a meaningless, long range free kick. Too bad they had to learn that the hard way. [SportsGrid] The post Tenn. high school championship soccer game featured 54-yard free kick goal as OT expired appeared first on Last Angry Fan.
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