By Jeff Griffith
Abington seemed as though it had everything in control.
The Ghosts opened up a hot start in the first quarter, and by the middle of the second frame, they were at a 24-9 advantage.
For the next 15 minutes or so, that’s basically how the score looked; Abington by double digits, coasting to a victory.
Then suddenly, with just under 30 seconds to play, the numbers on the scoreboard were separated by one, moments after Chester’s Ahrod Carter drilled a wing three.
Although the comeback that had just ensued may have taken them by surprise – just as it likely did everyone in attendance – Abington didn’t appear phased
“Good teams make runs, and that’s what I told our guys, that they were going ot make a run, we knew they were going to make a run,” Abington head coach Charles Grasty said. “We just wanted to try to sustain it, we didn’t want it to be as big as it was, but we knew they would make a run.”