Jason Moran made two foul shots with six seconds left in the game to lift host Severn over visiting Archbishop Curley, 40-38, in the quarterfinals of the Maryland Scholastic Association C Conference basketball tournament.
Severn (15-7) had taken possession with 1 minute, 20 seconds left, and held for the last shot before Moran was fouled.
Moran, a junior guard, led all scorers with 15 points, and Jake Mack added 11 for Severn.
In the other quarterfinals:
Simms Jenkins scored 13 and Shane Tanzymore added 12, as No. 20 St. Paul's (24-2) routed visiting Lutheran, 71-29.
St. Paul's will play host to Severn in a semifinal game tomorrow night at 7.
Gene Lower had a game-high 19 points, as host Boys' Latin (19-12) defeated Archbishop Spalding (6-20), 73-49. Chris Krastel added 17 for the Lakers.
In the state basketball playoffs, Johnny Williams scored 12 points as No. 10 Broadneck (19-4) defeated visiting LaPlata (10-11) in a Class 4A, Region IV contest, 64-34.
Clayton Pinkney scored a game-high 28 points as Southern-AA (11-10) downed visiting Chopticon (7-14), 82-56, in a Class 2A, Region III game.
Eric Favors scored 12 and Calvin Moore added 11, as host Woodlawn (15-6) defeated Randallstown (12-9), 49-43, in a Class 4A, Region I game.
In a Class 4A, Region IV contest, David Beck scored 12 to lead Meade (16-5) to a 65-60 victory over visiting Severna Park (9-12).
Eric Johnson's 21 points and Joe Watkins' 17 led host Parkville (12-9) over Bel Air (11-10), 73-49, in Class 3A, Region III.
Also in Region III, Elkton's Tim Webster scored a game-high 40 in a 99-65 win over visiting Lansdowne.
In a Class 2A, Region II game, Mark Jantac scored 23, as visiting Mount Hebron (11-10) edged Loch Raven (14-7), 59-57. Earl Shorter had 23 for Loch Raven.
Phil Chenier's 18 points led host Wilde Lake (14-9) over Pikesville (12-9), 65-39, in Class 2A, Region II.
James Thompson scored 25 points as Owings Mills (11-12) defeated Sparrows Point (0-21), 90-70, in Class 1A, Region II.
Tony Ware's game-high 28 points led host North Hagerstown (15-6) over visiting Centennial (9-12), 70-58, in a Class 3A, Region I game.