Will Skoog’s rapid fire quad-stop is the boys soccer save of the year

Forget Juventus' Gianliugi Buffon. Forget Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer. Heck, forget both Iker Cassilas and Diego Lopez, whichever one Real Madrid decides to play. If you're looking for a series of incredible reflex saves, no one is going to top Shawnee Mission South High (Shawnee Mission, Kan.) goalie Will Skoog.

In a recent game against an undisclosed foe, Skoog found a way to stop not one, or even two or three, but four shots in the span of 10 seconds. As you can see in the video above, Skoog got a little help from the crossbar, but he still earned all the plaudits he's received since the video first hit the internet.

While it's impossible to conclusively prove this is the case, Prep Rally believes the video depicts Skoog's finest moment from Shawnee Mission South's 4-0 victory against crosstown rival Shawnee Mission North High (Shawnee Mission, Kan.), based on both the video's upload date and the uniforms worn by the team laying siege to Skoog's goal. The win improved the Raiders' record to 12-4.

If Skoog keeps playing the way he did against Shawnee Mission North, it seems likely that the Raiders will finish with even more wins on the right side of those four losses.

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Shawnee Mission South goalie Will Skoog made a quartet of acrobatic saves in one 10-second span — Facebook