Boys 4A title game turns out to be a thriller

ANCHORAGE-The 4A boys championship was nothing short of a classic. The Service Cougars were in their third straight 4A final and were considered the underdog this year against the West Anchorage Eagles. Both teams went blow for blow and shot for shot down the stretch.

Deandre Wilson, who had a game high 13 points, tied the game for West at 47 all with a floater with 13 seconds left.

But Bradley Wacker of Service would make the play of the game. Off the inbounds play he goes baseline and gets the tough go-ahead bucket to go in.

West has a chance to tie or win with six seconds left. Wilson has the ball for West for last shot. It's looks good on the release but the shot falls short.

Third time's the charm for Service who win 49-47 over West. It's the Cougars first state title since 1991 ending a 23 year drought after coming up short the last two seasons in the 4A final.