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Another Goal of the Year Candidate By a Goalie

The Goal of the Year race is on. First, it was Matt Borda from Gonzaga (DC), then Brian Farrell’s wizardry against UNC, and now a goalie from Oregon?! Keep Reading…

The Goal of the Year race is on. First, it was Matt Borda from Gonzaga (DC), then Brian Farrell’s wizardry against UNC, and now a goalie from Oregon?! In Oregon High School Lacrosse Association league play, the Clackamas goalie takes the ball down field and tries to score, but the Canby goalie, Nick Widmer, makes the save and answers with a shot from his crease and scores. Sound off in the comments and leave name of the goal you like more.

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Hockeydd
Hockeydd
10 years ago

A week earlier the goalie who attempted to score was scored on by Lakeridge’s goalie.

guest
guest
10 years ago

 two bounces? weak sauce.

Michael
Michael
10 years ago
Reply to  guest

 It could have rolled in, they all count the same on the score board

Adam AS20 Sammarco
10 years ago

 What about that west islip goalie with the OT win. Way more impressive than an open net goal at any distance. 

Hockeydd
Hockeydd
10 years ago

A week earlier the goalie who attempted to score was scored on by Lakeridge’s goalie.

guest
guest
10 years ago

 two bounces? weak sauce.

Michael
Michael
10 years ago
Reply to  guest

 It could have rolled in, they all count the same on the score board

Adam AS20 Sammarco
10 years ago

 What about that west islip goalie with the OT win. Way more impressive than an open net goal at any distance. 

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