With the score tied at 44 points each and just two seconds left in the rules, Addie Huber took down a jumper from the baseline who proved to make a difference when Middletown (5-8) took down Pequea Valley (5- 7) 46-44 Thursday.
Huber finished with a record of 16 points and added five boards in a stellar exit. Teammate Makayla Clagget scored a double double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Sara Yeich scored eight points and seven rebounds. Allie Cleland scored six points and 10 boards respectively in the win.
For the Braves, Shania Stoltzfus led the way with 13 points, 12 of which from 3 points. Katie Stoltzfus scored eight points in the controversial defeat.