Thanks to Sam White, Mt. Lebanon's boys lacrosse team will get a chance to win back-to-back WPIAL Division 1 championships.
White scored with less than 30 seconds to play Monday to send a semifinal against North Allegheny into overtime, then notched the winner in the second extra session to give the Blue Devils a 10-9 victory at Baldwin.
The Blue Devils trailed twice by three goals, including, 9-6, with 3:36 to play.
"We just knew we could get it done," Mt. Lebanon coach Mike Ermer said. "Our guys took care of business. They dug deep and found another level."
The game was a rematch of WPIAL Division 1 championship a year ago, which Mt. Lebanon won, 9-8. The Blue Devils rallied late in that game, too, with White notching the winner.
White finished with three goals Monday, while Brian Kelly had a goal and five assists for Mt. Lebanon.
Other Division 1
■ Shady Side Academy 9, Upper St. Clair 6: Dan Marous scored four goals and Alec Bernstein added two to send the Indians to the title game for the second time in three seasons with a victory against the Panthers at Baldwin. Tucker Gillman had 12 saves in goal for the victors, who will play Mt. Lebanon at 8 p.m. Friday in the WPIAL title game at Highmark Stadium.
■ Indiana 9, Moon 8: David Zimmerman's fourth goal of the game gave the Little Indians an overtime victory against the Tigers at North Allegheny. Dylan Stapleton also had four goals for Indiana.
■ Quaker Valley 16, Canon-McMillan 7: Jimmy Perkins scored eight goals and added four assists to help the Quakers crush the Big Macs at North Allegheny. Quaker Valley, which lost to Seton-LaSalle in the 2013 WPIAL Division 2 championship, will face Indiana at 6 p.m. Friday in the title game at Highmark Stadium.