It really set in when another senior guard, Seth Mortensen, double-pumped near the top of the key and sank a 3-pointer to even the score 65-65 as time was running out in regulation.
"It's just the next guy stepping up and doing something to help the team," Snell said about Mortenson, who had only four points at the time. "He was supposed to be in the corner. I don't know how he ended up at the top. He made a play and made a decision, and we love it."
Springville (21-5) trailed by eight points when the Titans got a bucket from sophomore Rylan Jones, the game-leader with 29 points, with 2:17 left in regulation.
The Red Devils chipped away approach by fouling to get Olympus (24-3) to the foul line in hopes of misses.
"It's what you've got to do, and you've got to get a little lucky," Snell said.
The strategy worked because there were misses and miscues by the Titans.
"I've been here 20 years and what a high school game," Olympus coach Matt Barnes said. "You watched us [Friday], down 25 and we never gave up. Today we're one or two free throws away and a couple of defensive stops. But Springville hit every shot — give them credit. That's the beauty of it: They managed the clock and hit shots."
The Titans weren't out of heroics just yet.
In the first overtime and down 75-71,
Travis Wagstaff sunk a 3-pointer with 26 seconds left in the first overtime to cut Olympus' deficit to one. Jesse Hullinger hit two free throws to push Springville's lead to three, but Wagstaff struck again. He stroked another long-range bomb with 10 seconds left to force the second overtime.
Both teams attempted to hold the ball for extended lengths of time in the second overtime.
Elison stole an Olympus pass and raced to the other end for a layup and a 79-77 lead with 1:25 remaining. The Titans deadlocked the game again on a pair of Jones free throws with 17 seconds remaining.