“It means the world to me, we’ve been dreaming about this since freshman year,” Enahoro said. “It’s finally happening. It’s so great.”
The Bombers held the lead for almost the entire game, but their lead never surpassed double digits as both offenses struggled to find any offensive rhythm. Slowly in the fourth quarter, the Vikings wore down the Bomber defense and were eventually able to take their first lead of the game with just under four minutes play on a bucket by junior Alexis Adams.
Trailing 32-31, Harding received a pass on the left wing on the very next possession and buried a 3-pointer from that spot with 3:27 left to play to give the Bombers a 34-32 lead, a lead they wouldn’t relinquish.
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