CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - So many times, either Dameatric Scott or Jordan Gembe have been the hero for the Greencastle-Antrim boys basketball team.
On Friday, Levie Holman stole the spotlight.
When Gembe drove the left baseline and got hung up in midair, he found Holman at the foul line. With the final seconds ticking down, Holman let a towering floater fly and it dropped through the basket as time ran out, giving the Blue Devils a 48-47 victory over Franklin Learning Center in the first round of the PIAA Class AAA state tournament at Chambersburg High School.
"I can't even speak right now, it feels great," Holman said moments after making the buzzer-beater that gave Greencastle (25-5) a win over the Wildcats (16-6) for the second straight year in the first round. "I saw hands everywhere. It took forever for (the shot) to land, but it finally did."
Last year, the Blue Devils traveled to Philadelphia and beat FLC 68-59 to start last season's memorable run to the state final.