Revisited: High School Lacrosse Baller Rips Hole In Net

Gonzaga sophomore, Matt Borda, launched an 80 yard goal last night in the WCAC championship game. It reminded us of a goal that happened in the same game one year ago.

We all remember where we were when we first saw Kyle Wharton rip a hole through the net. Who knew it would happen again by another player in the same season? Last year, it was done by Gonzaga College High School Junior David Planning (Ohio State) off a feed from Connor Reed (Hopkins).

Not only did he score 4 goals in this championship game, but he cranked one through the net and beyond.

Borda’s 80 yard bizomb!

Game Highlights.

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  1. […] the Net at LXM Pro 619Posted on June 26, 2012 by Lacrosse PlaygroundCategories: videos ShareBufferOhio State’s David Planning Rips a Hole Johns Hopkins’ Kyle Wharton Sends One Through the NetThe Lacrosse Network brings you the […]

  2. Blacklaxer16 on May 12, 2011 at 9:07 am

    the goalie that let that go in is asss . lmao

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