By Jack McCaffery
Along its decades-long journey to high school basketball dominance, Chester High has encountered, then solved, just about everything. Friday at Villanova, it was down to eight minutes to continue that tradition.
From a first-half avalanche of three-point shots and through precise third-quarter execution of a four-to-score offense, Pennsbury had been in control of the PIAA District One Class AAAA championship game.
Then, it was time.
“Then,” Larry Yarbray said, “they started getting tired.”