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This Goalie Just Got DUNKED On!!!

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Posted in: High School, video

Must See One Handed Practice Goal From University Of Michigan


We just received an inbox from a loyal LPG reader and it’s a BEAUT! The message is below followed by the sick highlight. One handed goals never get old. Read More…

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Sick One Handed Goal


Check out this sick one handed catch and goal by Brendan Buckley of Christchurch School in Saluda, Virginia a couple weeks ago against Douglas Freeman. Love how he walks away like he didn’t just score the goal of his life. The kid is smooth! Read More…

Posted in: High School, videos

High Point’s Lomas Snags One-Handed Catch and Scores Against Michigan


Freshman High Point attackman, Dan Lomas, scores this goal off a great one-handed catch in the team’s 13-10 win over Michigan. Lomas finished the night with six goals. Read More…

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Mark Matthews’ First Career MLL Goal is a Thing of Beauty


Here is a video from LaxKingsTV on YouTube which features Mark Matthews scoring his first career MLL goal. A sick one-hander from the strong lefty Canadian, shows he can compete with the big boys. Mark Matthews finished the game with 4 goals, 1 assist in a 18-16 loss to the Chesapeake Bayhawks. Read More…

Posted in: MLL, video

The Best Goal You’ll See All Week Presented by Athan Iannucci

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Our friend, Keith Gagne, alerted us about an amazing lacrosse goal earlier today. So, we obviously gave it a look and were blown away. Langley Thunder’s Athan Iannucci caught a pass on the run one-handed and decided to fly through the air, subsequently dunking the ball into the goal. Read More…

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Zach Palmer’s One-Handed Lacrosse Goal Against Virginia Is…

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As 412_Lax put it, “Zach Palmer decided to score one handed against UVA. Canadians keeping it casual in Charlottesville.” Palmer and the Jays did work this weekend by beating UVA in overtime. This goal, however, made the lacrosse Gods smile. It’s pure perfection mixed with a lot of creativity. Remember his behind-the-back goal against the Terps last year? Read More…

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