Pro lacrosse player ties game with miraculous 85-yard buzzer-beater

Trailing the Rochester Rattlers by two with 3.3 seconds remaining, Boston Cannons defender Brodie Merrill had to launch a prayer across the field and hope for an impossible goal to push the game to overtime. It went in.Cannons fans couldn't believe it.Merrill said that he couldn't see the ball after he sent it flying, but he knew it went in when he saw his teammates going wild. Boston...
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WATCH: This is the most insane lacrosse shot you will ever see

Today we learned that the Hail Mary isn’t just limited to the end of football games, they can happen in lacrosse too.  Brodie Merrill of the Boston Cannons in Major League Lacrosse fired home a game-tying 90 yard bomb as time expired. With Merrill standing behind his own cage, he fired towards the opposite end of the field, where the ball snuck past the Rochester Rattlers keeper...
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