CARL RUSSO PHOTOS: The heart of a champion is often an impossible hurdle to overcome. The Central Catholic girls basketball team learned that in heartbreaking fashion Tuesday night. With 3:33 left in the Division 1 state semifinal against defending champ Braintree — the Patriots, so to speak, of Mass. girls basketball — Central led 37-24 and was in full control. Up to that point, the Raiders had been near-flawless defensively in a classic rock fight of a game, where each made basket felt like it was worth a touchdown. But, as the Atlanta Falcons learned in Super Bowl LI, the Patriots — Braintree — dynasty won’t die until every clock in the arena hits triple zeros. And in front of about 5,000 fans at the TD Garden, Braintree completed the miraculous comeback when a Lily Adams bucket put the Wamps on top 39-38 with 26.3 seconds left.