You've heard the old saying from the headline and it only takes a last second shot, touchdown, home run, or last lap pass to remind you. That's exactly the case during the New York Section I Class AA championship high school game between New Rochelle and Mt. Vernon.

New Rochelle's quarterback Khalil Edney, who obviously also plays for the basketball team, mistakenly inbounded the ball to a Mt. Vernon player, who then threw the ball up to kill the rest of the time. However, the ball came down too soon right into Edney's hands, who then put up a prayer with 0.01 to go.

The ball soared perfectly into the basket and both teams went crazy, both thinking they won. Mt. Vernon thought time ran out, as New Rochelle thought the shot stood. The refs officially decided the shot was valid and the championship went to New Rochelle.

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