Ellington Hits Game-winner on ESPN2

This wasn't a typical shooting night by any stretch for Wayne Ellington. The nation's top shooting guard struggled to find his range all evening, going 9-for-26 from the field, but it was the last shot that counted most.

Trailing by one point, Ellington took the inbounds pass, weaved through defenders and hit a 17-footer with 2.6 seconds remaining to beat Neumann-Goretti, 65-64, in a game televised nationally on ESPN2.

But as crunch time went to bold-face type and then to capital letters and then a few exclamation points were added, it was Ellington, the 6-4 swingman headed for North Carolina, who earned the ultimate laurel.
Ellington gives team a shot
Philly Daily News

"I knew it was good as soon as it went off my fingers," Ellington said. "That's why I started running back to halfcourt."
Episcopal tops Neumann-Goretti in showdown
Philly Inquirer

"It's a thrill for all these people here to have experienced this," said Episcopal coach Dan Dougherty. "This is what high school basketball is all about." The game, televised by ESPN2, drew 5,317 to Philadelphia's oldest and most heralded venue.
Ellington's shot is beautiful music in Episcopal's win
Philly Inquirer



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