Fraysure, who called the game, takes it from here.
I could tell that Scott's coach, named Brad Carr, was cooking something up for the last couple of game-minutes. After some talking back and forth, Coach Kelsch agreed, and apparently the officials did as well.
Augusta gets the rebound of the missed free throw, and a couple of passes later, Coach Kelsch steps onto the court and nails a three-pointer before the buzzer to end the game (and his career). Of course it didn't count, but you'll notice that the official in the top-hand corner of the video flashes the made "three" signal.
An awesome video, and a great testament for one of the most respected coaches in local high school sports in our area.
Now, if only he could've done something about Scott's 25-0 first-quarter run.
10th boys: Scott ousts Augusta [Ky. Post]