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We stopped counting how much media picked up the New Rochelle Buzzer Beater story….55 FEET!

Buzzer Beater Lifts New Rochelle
Washington Post (blog)
Edney finished with seven points and nine rebounds for 13-9 New Rochelle. His shot got him spots on the “Today” show and “SportsCenter” today, as well as big-time tweets from, among others, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, a former New …

SEE IT: New Rochelle beats Mount Vernon on unbelievable 55-foot buzzer …
New York Daily News
The play of the year may have happened on Sunday, and no, it was not at Madison Square Garden between the Knicks and Heat. The Section 1 Class AA championship game between New Rochelle and Mount Vernon ended in stunning fashion at the …
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New Rochelle wins at buzzer
Edney capped off a bizarre sequence by draining a 55-foot, one-handed heave as time expired, giving ninth-seeded New Rochelle High School a dramatic 61-60 upset victory over third-seeded Mount Vernon in Sunday’s New York Section 1 Class AA …

New Rochelle pulls off wildest buzzer beater of 2013 in New York sectional …
Yahoo! Sports (blog)
The video you see above comes from Sunday’s New York Section I Class AA boys basketball championship game between New Rochelle (N.Y.) High and Mt. Vernon (N.Y.) High. As described more thoroughly by Newsday and Patch, Mt. Vernon led the …


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March 5, 2013 9:32 AM

This has been a great year for New Rochelle High School’s sports teams: The Huguenots won the State Championship in football, our doubles team (the Cruz sisters) won the State Tennis title, our cheerleaders — both the varsity and the JV — took the National title in Florida last month, our beloved NRHS alum Ray Rice was on the Super Bowl winning Ravens, and now this. Kudos to all the parents, teachers and coaches who help these young people excel.

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