Crazy Video High School Player's EPIC 70-Foot Buzzer-Beater Wins State Championship
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A New York state high school senior made the clutch play of a lifetime, rifling a 70-foot buzzer-beater to win the state championship for his team.
Julian McGarvey's miracle shot quickly went viral on Saturday, as Ardsley High School defeated Tappan Zee High School for the Section 1 title at Pace University.
McGarvey had just missed a pair of free throws in the waning moments of the championship game, the Journal-News reported.
After a foul by Ardsley, McGarvey intercepted Tappan Zee's long inbounds pass, took a dribble and heaved the last-second 70-footer.Article continues below
The incredible one-handed throw sailed through the net as time expired, giving Ardsley a 52-51 victory.
McGarvey called the shot the "greatest moment of my life" and said his "quarterback arm" helped him make the toss.
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McGarvey is slated to play football for Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. in the fall.
Watch the amazing shot above!