Radnor coach Mark Jordan called it the craziest game he’s ever coached.
Jordan’s Raiders dropped a 68-65 decision to Archbishop Ryan in four overtimes Saturday at the Boardwalk Classic in Wildwood, N.J.
“It was a fun game, one of the best in my 21 years coaching,” Jordan said. “The girls really gutted it out. It was a tough one to swallow, but a fun game.”
Radnor forced overtime when Allison Lanzone converted a layup as time expired in the fourth quarter. With three seconds to play in the first OT, Maura Holst banked a six-footer to tie things up. Radnor (4-4) was limited to just two points in the fourth extra session.
Before fouling out in overtime, senior forward Kristin Hamill posted 19 points, 11 rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots. The Raiders also received a double-double effort from Lanzone, a junior forward who had 12 points, 10 rebounds and four steals.
Jordan lauded the performance of his bench, including Alexa Solomon, who added seven points and eight rebounds in nearly 20 minutes of action.
Radnor plays Cedar Creek (N.J.) in the George Bentz Bracket consolation game Sunday morning at 9:30.
Monee Moore paced Ryan (5-2) with 16 points and 11 rebounds.