ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa.— Elizabethtown's Will Schlosser, a graduate of Lancaster Catholic, sank a deep 3-point shot with 4.8 seconds left in the game to give the Blue Jays a 60-59 win over Scranton.
Schlosser, coming off a career-high 20-point night at Susquehanna Wednesday, wasn't left with many options on the Jays' final offensive possession of the game. He received the ball out top with under 10 seconds left and with nothing available, took a few dribbles to his right, stepped back from an already deep range and let fire.
The result was all twine and an eruption from the bench and the Elizabethtown (2-6) faithful in the stands.
Ross Danzig, who scored seven points on 2-of-7 shooting for the Royals (4-3), got a strong look from the left corner at the buzzer, but his 3-pointer hit far rim and bounced away as the Blue Jays emptied the bench to mob their the freshman Schlosser for his heroics.
Information used in this story was provided by Elizabethtown College.