Which of these is the most memorable shot in boys’ high school basketball tournament history? You can vote here. And the nominees are:

1972: Jeff Nessler hits a half-court buzzer-beater to lift undefeated St. James to a 57-55 Class 1A championship game victory over Melrose

1996: Khalid El-Amin caps a 41-point performance with a 23-foot three-pointer as time expired, giving Minneapolis North a 67-65 victory in the Class 2A quarterfinals

2005: Hopkins’ Blake Hoffarber sends the Class 4A championship game against Eastview to a second overtime by making a 15-footer from the seat of his pants. Hopkins went on to win 71-60.

2012: Following a frantic push up court, DeLaSalle’s Ross Barker catches a pass in the corner and nails a jumper as the horn sounds, giving the Islanders a 57-56 overtime victory over Minneapolis Washburn in the Class 3A championship game.

2014: After four overtimes marked by excessive stalling and an increasingly frustrated crowd, Amir Coffey of Hopkins hits a stunning 60-foot shot to give the Royals a 49-46 victory over Shakopee in the Class 4A semifinals.

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