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Warriors win it at the buzzer
Times photo: Mark Nesbitt Black Hawks Rachel Rygh scores on a fadeaway jumper during the Warriors 56-54 win against Waukesha Catholic Memorial Tuesday. Rygh scored 15 points in the game.
MADISON - Black Hawk girls basketball coach Mike Flanagan had to reach into his coaching bag of tricks to pull out a variation of an inbound play with the Warriors trailing 56-54 with 6.4 seconds left.Black Hawk senior Kim Wellnitz curled back door and junior Rachel Rygh lobbed a perfect pass to the basket. Wellnitz, who scored a game-high 19 points with seven rebounds, grabbed the pass and made an acrobatic shot as she was falling down after being fouled to tie the game at 56. She converted the traditional three-point play and put the dagger in a thrilling 58-56 win over Waukesha Catholic Memorial Tuesday in the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Holiday Classic at the UW Fieldhouse.