For the fourth time in six seasons and the first time since 2011, the Blair-Taylor Wildcats are headed to State.

But it wasn't easy.

The Wildcats needed to muster a crazy second half comeback against Cuba City. Blair-Taylor took its first lead of the game with just over five minutes to go. A deep shot by sophomore Dillon Zinn with 25 seconds left was the ultimate dagger in the 62-58 win.

"When we were down with some 30 seconds to go, we did not panic. We did what we wanted to do. That's the sign of a very good team," said Blair-Taylor Head Coach Randy Storlie.

"We just did what we needed to do," Zinn said. "We locked down on D, got the rebounds, worked together, did everything right. Everything came out positive."

The Wildcats face Unity Thursday at the Kohl Center at approximately 8:15 p.m.