As the clock ran out, Savanah Hansen drained a buzzer beater, giving the Bruins a 50-48 victory over Maple Mountain. Mountain View is now headed into the second round of state playoffs, facing Bountiful on Wednesday. The first quarter of the game was neck and neck, and the score going into the second quarter was 15-16. At halftime, Maple Mountain had the lead 27-23. During the third quarter, Mountain View struggled against the Eagles defense and could not get any shots to sink. The Bruins were behind the Eagles 37-26 going into the fourth quarter. Mountain View made a great defensive comeback, which was sparked by Allie Warner. Shots from every side of the hoop started to swish for the Bruins. With just under four minutes left, Mountain View was in striking distance, with the score 37-43. The team went into full court press mode, and the defensive pressure seemed to work because the Bruins cut the lead to 4. While the crazies were cheering on loudly, Mountain View could not be stopped. The ball stayed in Bruin territory as Allie Warner helped give the Bruins a 48-47 lead with a clutch three. Shortly after, Maple Mountain evened the score at 48 with a free throw. The Bruins were able to work the ball around until there was a time out taken with 20 seconds left. A play was set up to get the the final shot up and Savanah Hansen was open near the top of the key and let a long two pointer go. The shot went in and all of the Bruins, crazies, and fans burst into excitement, and tears of joy. Tahlia White lead Mountain View with 20 points, and Lavender Briggs added nine to give the Bruins a push. The Bruins really “showed up” today.