That had Winfield coach Pat McGinnis going overtime with a lengthy postgame speech that would have made Capital coach Carl Clark proud. (In fact, a Hoops Classic official gently nudged the Generals out of the locker so Clark and his Capital team could use it.)
"[Park] stepped up the intensity in the second half, and we warned them about that. The game was far from over," McGinnis said. "We addressed it, too - we've got some people playing as individuals, not executing and not going where we tell them to. I think we could be a pretty decent team, but we've got to get some things worked out."
Ryan Reinbarg led Park with 13 points, including two quick 3-pointers that set up the winning run. Saseen finished with 11 as the Patriots shot 45.1 percent.
Winfield's Fisher led all scorers with 17 points, followed by Chris Turner with 16. Turner's late 3-pointer with a second left set the final score.
The Generals shot 37.5 percent, dragged down by a 4-of-16 slump in the final 12 minutes.
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