Anderson County's boys basketball team used the three-point shot to beat Western Hills Saturday night at WHHS.
The Bearcats connected on three treys in the fourth quarter as they rallied from a 39-33 deficit for a 50-47 win.
WHHS led 39-33 at the end of the third, and Jordan Samuels' layup at the start of the fourth quarter gave the Wolverines a 41-33 advantage.
Two jumpers by Eric McKee and a layup by Eric Priest pulled Anderson within two points at 41-39, and the Bearcats hit three three-pointers - two by Patrick Lloyd and one by Derek Craft - over the next two minutes to go ahead 48-44 with 2:37 left in the game.
Priest fouled with 2:17 remaining, sending Samuels to the line for two free throws. He made one for a 48-45 score. After an Anderson turnover John Keene hit two free throws as Phillip Lloyd fouled out.
That made the score 48-47 with 1:30 remaining. A missed free throw by Anderson was rebounded by Western Hills' Charles Keene with 54 seconds left, but WHHS turned the ball over eight seconds later.
For more on this story, see the latest State Journal.