It looked for all the world that No. 5 Bishop Montgomery (Torrance, Calif.) was going to drop its first game of the season.
Then Fletcher Tynen happened.
Cantwell-Sacred Heart held a 66-64 lead with seconds remaining. As you can see, the Knights went the length of the floor and Tynen’s three won it.
“It was a play to get David (Singleton) open, but I kind of fumbled it at the end when I caught the pass so, I just took the shot,” Tynen told the Daily Breeze. “You have to shoot every shot like it’s going in. I’m just glad I made it.”
Singleton led all scorers with 29. Tynen had 10.