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Weekend Rewind: Green Completes Comeback, 'Harlem Shake' Video Leads to Forfeit

The wildest videos from the weekend that was in high school sports.

Pacific Collegiate School (Santa Cruz, Calif.) trailed King City 34-16 at halftime of the Mission Trail Athletic League tournament championship on Friday. Then Morgan Green took over.

Green scored 37 of her 49 points in the second half, including a buzzer-beating 3-pointer that gave the Pumas a 70-67 win. The buzzer beater

Watch what happens as Green takes the inbounds pass with the score tied and 10 seconds to play. While a few fans in the bleachers motion her into the frontcourt, Green dribbles backwards and stops just in front of her own basket. With about 5 seconds to play, Green races up court and lets a shot fly just beyond halfcourt as the buzzer sounds.

Playoff Buzzer Beater
Isaiah Flynn hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift Bellarmine (Wash.) Prep to a 59-58 win over Beamer in a West Central District semifinal game.

Goofing Off in Spanish Class
Buzzer-beaters would be a lot more common if every shooter had the luxury of a friend who could move the basket while the shot was in the air.

'Harlem Shake' Video Leads to Forfeit
We conclude with a controversial video from inside a high school hockey locker room. We'll let The Journal News' Mike Dougherty explain:

The hockey season came to an ubrupt end for Nyack/Tappan Zee on Friday when the Ice Hawks forfeited their upcoming Section 1 playoff game to Lakeland/Panas. No official reason was given, but several team members were part of a racy video that appeared on YouTube late Thursday.

Head coach Nick DeSantis would not comment and referred all questions to school administrators. Tappan Zee athletic director Liam Frawley did not return a message left for him at the school where he was supervising a basketball game.

“We were forfeited from playoffs for a borderline inappropriate video in the locker room of Harlem shake,” Ice Hawks senior forward Corey Aronson tweeted on Friday to a friend.

The potentially NSFW video, which features suggestive dancing and one player wearing a strategically-placed sock, can be viewed on YouTube.



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