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2014 Prodigy Play of the Week: Week 6 Nominees

Prodigy Play of the WeekWelcome to another week of the Prodigy Play of the Week. This week may be the best selection of plays ever seen. 75+ yard goals, incredible goalie saves, clutch goals, spins, rips and more.

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No. 1 – Bryant Cannell
Sky View Midfielder Bryant Cannell spins and rips a top right lazer for the goal.
No. 2 – Taylor Brundage
Herriman Attackman Taylor Brundage gets the ball at GLE and takes it to the cage, getting pushed into the crease but still scoring.
No. 3 – Michael Goldsberry
Fremont Attackman Michael Goldsberry dodges right, then left and then right again at X then wraps around for the goal.
No. 4 – Austin Croyle
Bonneville Attackman Austin Croyle gets the ball in front of the cage and shoots backhanded for the goal.
No. 5 – Jordan Stark
Syracuse Midfielder Jordan Stark dodges from the top of the box to the right side and drives through his man, then spins, shoots and scores.
No. 6 – Jerrin Cutler
Fremont Midfielder Jerrin Cutler gets the ball right in front of the crease and then goes behind-the-back for the goal.
No. 7 – Ian Kadish
Skyline Midfielder Ian Kadish wins the face-off and then takes it to the cage, swimming and dodging through the defense to tie the game, forcing overtime.
No. 8 – Jacob Mika
Waterford Defender Jacob Mika gets the ball off a goalie save and shoots from 75+ yards, scoring as time expired in the first quarter.
No. 9 – Doug Gosselin
Judge Attackman Doug Gosselin takes the ball to the cage from X, then does an inside roll dodge between two defenders opening up space for the goal.
No. 10 – Scott Bronson
Bingham Goalie Scott Bronson makes an incredible diving save after a failed clear leads to a half field shot.
No. 11 – Ryan Green
Juan Diego Midfielder Ryan Green gets his hands free at the top of the box and scores the game-winning shot in overtime.
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  1. How does a play that makes SportsCenter Top 10 not win! Still, the plays are getting better each week

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