As soon as
He should. The game was wild. Dublin held a seven point lead with less than two minutes to play but Randolph-Clay, the only team with an undefeated record going into the state playoffs, scrapped back and cut the lead to as many as one with 59 seconds to play.
Randolph-Clay senior DeAndre Johnson hit a three-pointer with a hand in his face with 59 seconds to play, cutting the lead to 77-76 in favor of
With five seconds to play,
"That was a game of two well-conditioned teams out there," Thomas said. "It was one of those games where the kids just played their hearts out."
Rashard Smith (pictured) led
His cousin, Ben, helped
"There is something in that family that makes them step up," Thomas said. "He's the quarterback for the football team and he's just so under control."
Smith said he tried to keep his nerves in the tight situation.
"It was wild game and we just came out and stuck to our game plan," Smith said. "We stay composed when it mattered."
Brantley came up with key three-pointers in the fourth quarter that gave
The trip to the Final Four is