BLOOMFIELD -- Kyle Williamson's layup with three seconds left Tuesday gave Bloomfield an 80-79 win over Kelly.
The winning basket completed a Wildcat charge from a 17-point first-half deficit and gave Williamson a total of 19 points in the game, all in the second half.
"Kyle went to the bench early with three fouls, but he returned and took over the game in the second half," Bloomfield coach Dustin Hicks said.
The Wildcats trailed 51-38 at halftime, but timely outside shooting and key performances from the bench players sparked the comeback as they outscored the Hawks 22-12 in the third quarter.
Jacob McNeil led the Wildcats (10-13) with 20 points, including a key 3-pointer in the second half. Jacob Conner and Kyle Rogers also hit 3-pointers in the second half. Sophomore Blake Harris scored 16 points and Leighton Hensley added 15.