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Chase Spreen launches shot heard (and seen) around world

2012-01-15 - 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Duane Bonifer. LWC photo.
Bedford, Indiana native Chase Spreen, made Columbia, KY an even more important sports center as he launched a three pointer from three-quarter court to give the Lindsey Wilson Men's Basketball Team its only lead of the night and a victory over NAIA No. 5 in the nation Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY. The feat got international attention and was called the No. 2 play of the day by ESPN, a television channel for sports. Columbia, KY's Kalen Kimberland shared in the heroics with another three pointer, which inspired the dramatic finish. The game was played before 369 fans in Lindsey Wilson College's Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive Columbia, KY.

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