Despite his team's struggles, Brosious never called a timeout during Averill Park's run. He said he was confident his players could work through their problems.
"They've gotten out of situations like that all year," said Brosious. "I didn't feel like I needed to (call a time out) at that point."
Mohonasen rewarded Brosious' confidence in the third quarter. The Mighty Warriors used a 12-2 run " highlighted by consecutive three-pointers by Adach and Brittany Baker " to take a 32-29 lead into the fourth quarter.
Adach continued to shoot the ball well early in the fourth quarter. She opened the period with a jump shot and then drove for a layup off a pass from Courtney Cowell to give Mohonasen a seven-point lead.
"She stepped up big time," Brosious said of Adach. "She's one of the best players in Section II, and she showed why."
Averill Park kept chipping away at Mohonasen's lead and eventually whittled it down to one point with less than one minute left in regulation before McLain made her foul shots to give the Mighty Warriors their final margin of victory.
Mohonasen advances to Saturday's regional final at Hudson Valley Community College against Section III champion Mexico. The game is scheduled to tip off at noon.""