Providence Catholic had already rallied from 6-2 deficits three times in three regional victories, so the Celtics didn't need to panic against Neuqua Valley on Wednesday night in Lockport. Ron Kremer of the Herald News has more on the comeback here.
"We're comfortable when we're behind now," said Tim Hanrahan, who delivered the two-run single in the seventh that gave the Celtics a 3-1 lead. "I think there's not a kid in the dugout who doesn't want to be the guy up in that situation in the seventh inning. It's any of us that can come through in the clutch. It's an awesome feeling to do it over and over again. Everyone's hitting their stride at the right time, and we're playing our best baseball in the playoffs."