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The Tuscarora Huskies are headed to the Virginia Class 4 state tournament following a thrilling comeback win over the Sherando Warriors in the Region 4C boys' basketball tournament semifinals on Tuesday night in Leesburg.
Trailing by 15 with six minutes left in regulation, the Huskies outscored the Warriors 19-1 down the stretch to earn a 51-48 victory.
Tuscarora junior guard Payton Williams drained a 3-pointer right before time expired in regulation to complete the rally.
Junior Jayden Johnson paced the Huskies with 21 points, while junior TJ Duggan added 11. Williams dished a team-best six assists and senior Gavin O'Malley pulled down six rebounds.
Dulles District season champion Tuscarora (22-4) advances to play Northwestern District champion John Handley in the Region 4C tournament championship game at home Thursday night.
Handley defeated Loudoun County 69-60 in the regional semifinals. Tuscarora and Handley punched their tickets to the Class 4 state tournament as regional finalists.
More photos from Tuscarora's comeback win, courtesy of Bill Vocke
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