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The game, played over four eight-minute quarters, involves two opposing four-on-four squads attempting to outscore each other by carrying a volleyball across a goal line the most times.
Elis used his impressive speed and skill to get all the way to the goal line and then angled pass back to the 6-yard line for Mauro Manotas.
Jeffery can’t handle a deep pass that’s deflected by Stephon Gilmore near the goal line, juggled by Jeffery and tipped to Duron Harmon.
Freeman plunged toward the goal line, and Rams defenders stoned him.
But the Rangers got to within 3-2 when Fast scored from behind the goal line, throwing a pass out front that deflected off the right skate of defenseman Ivan Provorov and into the net with 2:57 to go in the stanza.
The difference between the two was that James caught the ball outside the end zone and extended it toward the goal line, while Miller caught his ball in the end zone.
The Spartans finally added an insurance goal in the 67th minute as work by A.K. Ford and Morgan Pierce on the goal line set up an open shot by sophomore Dani Bloching.
Center-back Forrest Lasso had to clear the ball off the goal line in the 77th minute.
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Definition of goal line for English Language Learners
: a line that must be crossed to score a goal in soccer, hockey, football, etc.
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