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Jalyn Patterson’s last-second 3 gives Montverde NHSI championship

Apr 6, 2013, 2:56 PM EDT

NHSI

We can only hope for endings as entertaining as this at this weekend’s Final Four.

With 12 seconds to play, St. Benedict’s guard and Syracuse commit Tyler Ennis hit a three-pointer off an inbounds pass to give the Gray Bees a 65-64 lead. On the ensuing possession, Florida-bound Montverde senior Kasey Hill drove the length of the floor and drew the defense inward toward the lane, kicking it out to  an open Jalyn Patterson in the corner.

Patterson nailed the open three with seconds remaining and gave Montverde the 67-65 victory and NHSI championship at Georgetown Prep in Bethesda, Md., on Saturday.

That three gave Patterson five points on the game in the win.

Montverde erased a 14-point halftime lead to win Saturday, led by senior Dakari Johnson and Hill. Johnson is committed to Kentucky as part of coach John Calipari’s massively talented 2013 class.

For St. Benedict’s, Ennis played through a right shoulder injury that he suffered after a collision early in the game.

Check back soon for more on the NHSI Championship.

Daniel Martin is a writer and editor at JohnnyJungle.com, covering St. John’s. You can find him on Twitter:@DanielJMartin_

  1. tomtravis76 - Apr 6, 2013 at 5:55 PM

    What a great tourney. That was three great days of basketball.

    The sophomore , Ben Simmons,from Australia is going to be the best player in the country come his senior season.

    Dakari Johnson reminded me of dikembe mutombos skill set. He needs to get stronger and much more physical. He is not a one and done player.

    Kasey hill is for real, he is super fast. Tyler Ennis will be a nice addition to cuse and the Acc, his game is so fluid and natural.

    Hope espn returns to Bethesda next year.

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