A seven-game playoff run has made heroes out of just about every player who has stepped on the court for the Woodrow Wilson girls' basketball team.
The Tigers have won in overtime, they've made furious late-game comebacks, they've hit multiple buzzer-beaters, and they've played smothering defense.
On Wednesday night, Wilson, the state Group 3 champion, continued its postseason trend of thrilling finishes as Tamara Sellers hit a three-pointer with no time on the clock to give her team a 54-51 win over Immaculate Heart Academy in the opening round of the Tournament of Champions.
"It's perfect that every night, it's somebody else," Wilson coach Bernie Hynson said. "Every night, these girls are stepping up. This is what basketball is all about."