West Fork scores big 2OT win at home

West Fork’s Emily Caspers is trapped underneath the basket by Central Springs’ Brooke Mueller, passing out to a teammate, much like she did in the final minute of double overtime in the Warhawks win over the Panthers. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)

SHEFFIELD – Emily Caspers made the biggest shot – a put-back – of her career to help West Fork girls win a 38-37 double overtime battle with Central Springs, putting the Warhawks all alone in second place in the TIC East.

Less than a minute before that, she found Kenna Weaver for a three-pointer that placed the Warhawks in position to come back from what looked like an insurmountable four-point deficit.

And hers was the third put-back attempt after a drive and shot by Lexi Jones missed and two Rachael Jones’ put-back attempts wouldn’t go.

“I was kind of scared because I saw Rachael, she didn’t make it twice and then all of this pressure is on me,” Caspers said...

The full story appears in the Jan. 31 print and online editions of the Hampton Chronicle.