Sulphur's Donovan Williams led the Tor's
with 12 points and 6 rebounds Friday night
"It's the experience to handle the situation," Sulphur head coach Clint LeBato said on the Tors' composure. "Our guys came through big time."
Sulphur went into the half tied with the Yellow Jackets at 34-34 and Iowa was able to get a one-point edge after the third quarter to take a 46-45 lead.
The Tors never gave up and battled with the Yellow Jackets in the fourth quarter. Chip Armelin put Sulphur up by one with three and a half minutes remaining. Then a minute later, the Tors broke away with a 6-0 run to take a 61-54 lead with 1:26 remaining.
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