MILVIL – Semey Bethea caught the pass and ran.

Sophomore Saint Augustine Prep had four seconds to lift the ball to the floor, hopefully attracting defense and finding an open teammate in the corner to win the game in a three-pointer.

It took four dribbles and two clock beats to cross half the court. He managed to make a pass, but it would be a heavy dish.

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Bethea was not worried. He was quite ready to make the last shot himself.

In a game where neither the Hermits nor the Holy Spirit could constantly find the bottom of the net, Bethea did the incredible by burying a buzzer to lift the second-seeded St. Augustine over № 6 Holy Spirit 42-40 to the Cape Atlantic League Semifinals in Millville on Wednesday.

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