Wolfson Comes Back to Advance; Mobley's 24 Points Lead Wolfpack Back from 12-Point Deficit

By Elliott, Jeff | The Florida Times Union, February 27, 2004 | Go to article overview

Wolfson Comes Back to Advance; Mobley's 24 Points Lead Wolfpack Back from 12-Point Deficit


Elliott, Jeff, The Florida Times Union


Byline: JEFF ELLIOTT, The Times-Union

A breakaway slam dunk usually inspires the team that scored.

But that's not what happened at Wolfson Thursday night.

Host Wolfson overcame a 12-point deficit in the third quarter, outscoring the Vikings 36-17 the last 10 minutes of the game to post a 76-69 win over Fort Walton Beach and advance to next Tuesday's semifinal game at home against Longwood Lyman, a 50-46 upset winner over Melbourne Eau Gallie.

Fort Walton Beach led 52-40 following successive dunks by Thomas Tunberg and Jeremy Payne with 2:04 remaining. But Payne was assessed a technical for hanging on the rim and Wolfson's Jake Owens dropped in a pair of free throws to cut the lead to 10. Wolfson then scored the final five points of the quarter to cut the lead in half and trail 52-47entering the final eight minutes.

That set up a wild fourth quarter in which Wolfson (18-10) used a harassing defense to cause numerous turnovers and finally found the range from 3-point distance. When Lavoris Mobley connected from beyond the arc at the 4:55 mark, Wolfson took its first lead of the night at 59-58. …

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