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VIDEO: Watch a timelapse as Athens Drive senior Erika Snyder got creative, and does a "YOLO" move (“you only live once”) during their 4-1 loss to Middle Creek in the N.C. High School Athletic Association 4A East final Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Snyder took a free kick and caught the ball with her shirt. She then ran with it down the sideline as Middle Creek players gave chase. Snyder got within a few yards of the goal before the ball fell out. NO AUDIO
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