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Watch: Wasatch Academy senior lifts Tigers to win with 70-foot buzzer-beater

By Sean Walker, | Posted - Jan. 13, 2018 at 1:09 p.m.

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Editor's note: The story has been updated with the results of Wasatch Academy's final game of the weekend in the consolation championship late Saturday afternoon. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Wasatch Academy’s Damion Squire had a moment to remember Friday night on the basketball court.

Squire, who led the Tigers at the Bass Pro Tournament of Champions in Springfield, Missouri, had the ball in a tie game with the final seconds running off the clock.

With nothing to lose, the 6-foot UC Davis commit threw up a prayer from way, way downtown.


Squire finished with 13 points and four assists, including the 70-foot buzzer beater that led the Tigers to a 68-65 win over Glendale in a consolation game at the Tournament of Champions.

Marvin Williams III added 20 points for Wasatch Academy (14-2), which competes as an independent school in the Utah High School Activities Association. Matt Bradley supplied 13 points and four rebounds for the Tigers.

Monty Johal scored a game-high 30 points to go with five rebounds and six assists to lead Glendale.

Watch the final heave in the video below.

Consolation final: Wasatch Academy 47, Ozark (Mo.) 46

Mady Sissoko’s jumper with 11 seconds left lifted the Tigers to a 47-46 win over Ozark in the consolation championship of the Tournament of Champions.

Ozark led 43-39 with 4:26 remaining, but Wasatch Academy finished the game on an 8-3 run over the final three minutes.

Matt Bradley led the Tigers with 14 points and five rebounds, and Squire added 10 points and two rebounds.

Quinn Nelson led Ozark with a game-high 29 points.

Sean Walker

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