With five minutes left on the road, Abington found another level against Caelin Peters and his Plymouth Whitemarsh teammates.
Plymouth Whitemarsh center Naheem McLeod had just scored to cut Abington’s lead to 10 points and the Plymouth Whitemarsh side of the packed house at Gym West was ready to explode.
Instead, it was the Abington contingent that got to celebrate like crazy as they slammed the pedal into the floorboard and ripped off 11 straight points.
Abington’s furious finish put a fitting capper on its 69-51 win over Plymouth Whitemarsh.
Peters would finish the match with 12 points.