Crossing the Line

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Release date: Jul 15, 2002

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Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing for the Lady Warriors, the championship Hankston, MI, girl's basketball team. When coach Tommy Holliday (Lawrence Dane) is sidelined by a heart attack, the overzealous team parents have every confidence that Holliday's assistant, former All-American player Laura Mosbach (Terry Farrell), will carry on his "need to succeed" tradition. But Laura is more interested in good sportsmanship than high scores, which puts her on the outs with everyone except single-parent handyman Eric Harrison (Adrian Pasdar), whose daughter, Carly (Sumela Kay), is the team's star player. Unfortunately, the growing mutual fondness between Laura and Eric is shattered when Eric, angered by a ref's call, sparks a violent confrontation on the basketball court. Its focus on parental rage qualifying the film as being "drawn from today's headlines," the made-for-cable Crossing the Line was first telecast July 15, 2002, by the Lifetime Network.

Cast

Terry Farrell
as Laura Mosbach
Adrian Pasdar
as Eric Harrison
Sumela Kay
as Carly Harrison
Sherry Miller
as Jennifer Blackstone
Lawrence Z. Dane
as Tommy Holliday
Barry Flatman
as Jerry Blackstone
Josh Buckle
as Zach Mosbach
Amy Rutherford
as Danielle Blackstone
Courtney Hawkrigg
as Sheryl Baines
Jamie Robinson
as Regie Williams
Beverly Cooper
as Pam Baines
Taylor Abrahamse
as Robert Blackstone
Bill Lake
as Joe Fulton
Courtney Betts
as Amy Fulton
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