Andrew Deltac has range.
Bob's Blitz (h/t CBS Sports) spotted this wonder goal from Harrison (Ga.) High School's resident sharpshooter, who decides that the goalkeeper needs to pay for simply walking off his line like he owns the place.
Unfortunately, there isn't a great deal in the way of details. The video was uploaded to YouTube by Bill Phelps, who writes, "67 yard goal scored by Harrison High School's Andrew Deltac off the opening kick off! Recorded by Michelle Daley."
So far, the golazo that took place on or before Feb. 21 has been picked up by CBS Sports, SportsGrid and Sports Illustrated, with no mention of the final score or whether there is any truth to the YouTube title, "Harrison HS Quickest Longest Soccer Goal."
It's like Deltac here Keyser Sozed the entire Internet, coming in for one flash of brilliance and then disappearing into anonymity once again perhaps to one day return and embarrass any would-be foolish goalkeepers.
Then again, it's not like we actually need any added information. The juicy stuff is all packed into 11-seconds of pure awesome. In fact, 11 seconds might be too long.
From the start, Deltac's teammates get the ball to their long-range striker, which turns out to be one of the more brilliant ideas in sports history. From there, Deltac takes a shot at goal as if it were a free kick.
Moments later we have definitive proof that they are creating some sort of soccer supermen out in Georgia, and they have the ability to drain near-70-yard shots like they were penalty kicks.
Tickle me impressed.
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