Kyle Fischer's late steal, layup sends Sunnyslope to 2nd straight 5A title
Kyle Fischer made sure there was no last-ditch hope for Glendale Deer Valley.
His steal and layup with 1:42 to play extended No. 2-seed Phoenix Sunnyslope's lead to six, and the Vikings held on for a 45-35 victory for their second consecutive 5A boys basketball state championship Tuesday night at Arizona State's Wells Fargo Arena.
Fischer and Bryson MeWhinney were clutch down the stretch for a team that returned everybody from last year.
MeWhinney made four free throws and scored on a drive after patiently waiting for a seam to open off the dribble in the last 3:32.
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