|Pope John Paul II's Jamel Stinson (35) pump-fakes and hits a layup over Pottsgrove's Deyon Doctor during Tuesday's PAC-10 boys basketball game. (Photo by John Strickler/The Mercury)|
By Jeff Stover
LOWER POTTSGROVE — It could arguably rank as one of the bigger comebacks in the history of the Pottsgrove boys’ basketball program.
And it came at a most opportune time.
With their league playoff hopes sliding down a slippery slope of late, the Falcons applied the brakes Tuesday in the form of a 57-54 victory over Pope John Paul II. And it came after a lopsided start that saw them fall behind by a 15-point count to a Golden Panther unit with a tenuous hold on first place in the Pioneer Athletic Conference’s Frontier Division.
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