Smith grabbed the offensive rebound, was fouled and canned both foul shots to give the Braves a 48-46 lead with 6.1 seconds left. Selinsgrove pushed the ball up the floor and took a timeout with 2.7 seconds left in regulation.
"The other day, I really worked on post moves in practice," Craig-Sovic said. "Coach gave me the chance to show what I worked on."
Craig-Sovic was able to catch the entry pass from Mackenzie Herman and use a little spin move for the game-tying bucket at the buzzer.
Craig-Sovic scored the first five points of overtime for the Seals as Shikellamy managed just one Angstadt field goal in the overtime. Shikellamy would cut the lead to 53-51 with 46.2 seconds left but an easy layup by Krebs after the Seals broke the Shikellamy press clinched the game with 24 seconds left.
"We didn't make layups or foul shots," Shikellamy coach Lou Dellegrotti said. "We had our chances to win it at the end. We gave Selinsgrove a lot of chances (to win) and give them credit, they took advantage."
Craig-Sovic led the Seals with 19 points. Kerstetter added 14 points and 11 rebounds for Selinsgrove.
Angstadt finished with 27 points and 10 steals. Smith chipped in 10 points and nine boards.