BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- During Saturday night's Class C Boy's state championship game between George Stevens Academy Eagles and Winthrop Ramblers the action came down to the last seconds of the game.
Jarrod Chase, from GSA, hit a game-winning three-point shot to win the game.
Ethan Snow, the manager for GSA, celebrated so hard that he ripped his pants apart.
"Was I embarrassed? Yes, a little bit, but we won so I really didn't care. I thought most people wouldn't be focused on what we had done. We just won a buzzer beater in probably the best state games in recent history who's going to care about torn up pants," reflected manager Snow.
"This will be a memory I will tell my grandkids about someday. Having that memory of winning a state championship game and be known as a kid who ripped his pants after the game," said Snow.
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