GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The Greencastle-Antrim girls basketball team has a lot of the same fight tendencies as Rocky Balboa.
Battered and bruised and all but counted out, the Blue Devils magically come swinging off the ropes.
"We're the cardiac kids. It takes us a while to get going," said Greencastle coach Doug Stuart. "It seems like we don't get excited until we get behind."
Problem for the Devils on Tuesday night, though, was that they waited a tad bit too long to bounce back against visiting Mid-Penn Colonial Division foe West Perry.
The Mustangs, who led 19-13 at the half and by as many as 14 points in the third quarter, tried time and again to put Greencastle away, before finally delivering the knockout blow in the final 18 seconds.