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Just A 54-Yard Free-Kick Goal As Time Expires To Win The State Championship


It’s the TSSAA (Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association) Division II-AA Boys Soccer Championship game, where the clock is about to expire in overtime, thus sending the deadlocked match to penalty kicks. Father Ryan High School (Nashville) lines up for a rather meaningless free kick at midfield, delivered by Luke Strebel, who … scores?

Yep, a 54-yard free kick to win the state championship. Father Ryan 2, Montgomery Bell Academy 1.

And how often do you hear a high school game being called by such a professional-sounding announcer? Wish I knew who that was.

Thanks to @ClayTravisBGID.


  • Winger7

    You might want to change the title of your article. There is no such thing as a “54 yard penalty kick”. The article correctly calls it a free kick. Just a heads up since I would assume you are supposed to know something about things you’re posting.

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  • osubible

    Good call Winger7… sounds like one of those EPSN gaffes SG references all the time.


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