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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.

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.

McGarvey is slated to play football for Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. in the fall.

Watch the amazing shot above!

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