Video Pick: A forward flips out to beat keeper

In Colorado high school ball, Columbine junior Dylan Prichett-Ettner  won a one-on-one with ThunderRidge's goalkeeper thanks to a perfectly executed front-flip. He nailed the landing, stroked the ball into the net, and despite being called for offside, achieved YouTube fame.

3 comments about "Video Pick: A forward flips out to beat keeper".
  1. trevor bloodworth, August 29, 2016 at 9:31 a.m. amazing.

  2. Kevin Sims, August 29, 2016 at 1:37 p.m.

    Once saw a player flip while holding the ball between his ankles. After that player scored, the beaten defender gave his adversary a high 5. Yes ... High school match!

  3. Brian Threlkeld, August 29, 2016 at 9:18 p.m.

    Prichett-Ettner got screwed by the offside call; we don’t see him when the ball is passed, but he comes into frame at 0:03, and at least one of the defenders (in addition to the keeper) is closer to the goal line than he is — though that defender is running •much• slower than P-E.

    It’s absurd to suggest that P-E was offside at the moment the ball was passed, then in the second and a half before we see P-E, the far defender dashed ahead of him, and then, as they came into frame, slowed to a crawl so P-E could zip past him again.

    The lineman just botched this call.

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