In the end, it was Cole Streich's three-pointer at the fourth overtime buzzer that sent Waseca into next week's boys' basketball Class 3A tournament. It was the final bucket of a wild 103-100 Section 2 title game win against Marshall that had social media humming well before that top-of-the-key shot. For good reason, too.

Streich's shot came after Marshall hit a three at the regulation buzzer to force overtime, pulled off a steal-and-shoot play in the second overtime then thought it had things wrapped up ahead by three with just one tick left on the clock.

But then Nick Dufault gathered the inbounds pass nearly a full court away from the opposing hoop.

Step. Heave. Pray. Swish.

Fans erupted. Twitter exploded. And a short time later Streich's three tickled the twine.

Here's video of all three buzzer-beaters (h/t @mattyice8teen)


Editor's note: It was actually the fourth overtime, not the fifth.

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