With less than eight seconds left in the game, Williams drained a two-pointer to tie the game against the South Iredell Vikings.
On the next play, Williams stole the Viking's inbounds pass and drove the ball down the court and scored as time expired to give Forbush the 51-49 win, and third place in the tournament.
Although Williams hit the game-winning shot, Savannah Hill was the high-scorer for Forbush, knocking down 13 points.
A strong second half helped get the Falcons back into the game, and in contention to pull the comeback win.
At halftime, South held a comfortable 26-14 lead over Forbush.
Despite being down, the Lady Falcons clawed their way back into the game, and responded with 37, while containing the Vikings to just 23.
Forbush- 7 7 20 17 – 51
South Iredell 11 15 10 13 – 49
Forbush: Savannah Hill 13, Lindsay Williams 11, York 8, Gentry 8, Carter 3, Pendry 2, Thompson 2, Luffman 2, Stanley 2.
South Iredell: Aliya Jackson 21, Amanda Stanley 10, Campbell 5, Coleman 4, Krider 3, Stevenson 3, Johnson 2, Shore 1.