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CLOVIS, Calif. (AP) -- Students mobbed the floor. Tears flowed. And the hero left the court on the shoulder of two football players.
Anyone who thinks only Hollywood could create such a scene hasn't heard of Ryan Belflower.
A long-range shot Belflower sank at the buzzer of a high school basketball game didn't make or break the outcome, or set a scoring record. But it brought nearly everyone in the gymnasium at Clovis East High School to tears.