With 2:41 left in the second quarter, All Saints tied the score 16 – 16.
After trailing most of the third quarter, St. John Fisher brings it within one in the final quarter with 3:53 left to play.
With 26 seconds left in the game, St. John Fisher’s Lilly tied the game at 36-36 with a swisher from 12’ out. Lilly fouled out shortly after giving All Saints’ Shannon two charity tries with 1.6 seconds left on the clock. She missed both shots taking the game into a 2:00 overtime.
All Saints 32, Shannon, got the tip, took a shot, missed it, followed up and scored 2.
St. John Fisher lost the ball on their possession to a travel but rebounded from All Saints failing to score. All Saints turned the ball over to St. John fisher with 50 seconds left. St. John Fisher’s Cayton sunk a 3 pointer to go ahead by one with 28 seconds on the clock!
With 5.3 seconds on the clock, the ball went to St. John Fisher. The Cardinals were able to hold off All Saints for 5 seconds to win the game.
One of the best games in the tournament, both teams kept it very close and exciting.
CYO wishes the young women the very best as they move on to high school next year!
Holy Redeemer lead the first half comfortably. With two minutes left in the third quarter, St. Pius X tied the score at 17 – 17.
Fourth Quarter: Holy Redeemer jumped out to a four point lead. With six minutes left in the quarter, St Pius X sunk one of two free throws then missed to crucial shots from the rebound.
Holy Redeemer added a free throw point and Yasmin, added two points under the basket to advance 26 – 18.
St. Pius X got cold as fast as they got hot with 5 minutes left in the fourth quarter. Ava added two points to bring St. Pius back to the game. Gabby added two more on a breakaway to bring St. Pius within 4 points! Hot again!
With 47 seconds, St. Pius X #50, Olivia missed a free throw but Audrey rebounded and put it up for two to bring the game within 2.
Yasmin went to the line for Holy Redeemer with 38 seconds left and missed both shots. Pius X pounded down the floor had two opportunities to tie but the ball bounced off the rim.
Holy Redeemer went to the line again as Sophia prepped for 1 and 1. Sunk 1 to lead by three. Time out St. Pius X, 10.1 seconds left in the game.
With a few seconds left, St. Pius #15, Mia, shot and made a three pointer. The crowd went crazy! Tied the game! Holy Redeemer’s #3 was fouled and got two shots. Sunk one, 30 – 29 Redeemer. Time out St. Pius X one second left!
St. Pius X inbounded with one second left, the ball went out of bounds and that was all she wrote!
A terrific game by both teams! By far the best of the tournament games thus far!
A tight, evenly balanced contest between two great teams with similar skills and coaching. With 1:20 left in the game St. Josephs #23 sunk two free throws to tie the game at 34 apiece. With 19 seconds left in the game, All Saints had possession and called a timeout to strategize their final play. The play did not materialize and St. Joseph’s got the ball with 1.5 seconds and called for a time out. A perfectly executed “close” shot almost won the game for St. Joseph but instead it went into a two-minute overtime.
St. Joseph grabbed the tip and carefully worked the ball around but it was lost in a tie up and possession went to All Saints. Alonzo Metz attempted a score, missed and rebound to St. Josephs with 1:25 remaining on the clock. All Saints fouled St. Joseph on the inbound. St. Joseph’s #10 sunk a shot from near the free throw line to go ahead by 2. Depalma tried twice to score on two close shots. Ryan Davis was fouled and sunk two points for All Saints.
St. Joseph regained the ball with 35 seconds left, worked the ball around and #4 sunk a three pointer. Ryan Davis was again fouled and missed his one on one. Ball went out of bounds on All Saints and time out was called with 6 seconds remaining 39 – 36 St. Joseph.
All Saints made-an-attempt at a long shot but fell short today. A great game by both teams.
In the last quarter, Bayliss 25 fired up the St. Cecilia team with two steals and buckets that brought them within 4. Valley Catholic regrouped and closed the gap with a 9 point differential with 45 seconds left in the game. A very exciting and energetic game from both teams.