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Khalil Edney, who hit miracle buzzer-beater for New Rochelle in win over Mount Vernon, dedicates shot to mom, who died of cancer in 2006
The video below 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.
What happened defies all logic. David tossed the ball up in the air. The goal was both simple and obvious: He was trying to kill off the remainder of the game without giving New Rochelle the chance to foul and get a final shot.
Yet the strategy backfired spectacularly, because time never ran out. Instead, the toss arched to the left and forward, with the ball eventually landing right in Edney’s hands just behind midcourt with 0.1 seconds remaining. Given an instant chance to redeem himself, Edney didn’t disappoint, drilling a 55-foot shot to hand New Rochelle the most unlikely of 61-60 victories in memory.
After suiting up on a sprained ankle, the 6-2 Edney dedicated the 55-foot shot — which was initially disallowed — to his mother, who died of cancer in 2006 when he was just 11.
He has "Mama's Boy" tattooed on the inside of his arms.
"My dad and I talked about it later, how she's the one who drew it up," Edney told the Daily News after appearances on Good Morning America and ESPN's SportsCenter on Monday. "She's the reason I made it."