League Win Eludes Tigers In Final Seconds of Overtime Loss
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February 9, 2006

League Win Eludes Tigers In Final Seconds of Overtime Loss

Scotland County saw its chance to leap frog up the Tri-Rivers Conference slip away in the final seconds as Clark County came from behind to take a 61-59 victory over the Tigers in overtime on January 31st in Kahoka.

The Tigers looked destined to remain winless in the conference as Clark County built a 28-16 advantage at halftime. SCR-I trailed just 9-7 after the first eight minutes before being outscored 19-9 in the second period.

But the Tigers looked like a different team to start the third period. Bryce Blomme scored seven straight points to open the second half. Matt Wickert drilled a three pointer to complete a 10-2 SCR-I run that had the Tigers within four points.

Clark County responded and extended the lead back to double digits before Blomme hit two more three pointers. A bucket by Cody Musgrove made the score 42-35 heading into the final eight minutes.

Grant Blomme got into the act in the fourth quarter. He hit back-to-back three pointers and brought his team to within two points, scoring on an offensive rebound with 3:30 left to play to make the score 44-42.

Scotland County took its first lead of the night when Cody Musgrove converted a three-point play making the score 45-44 with 3:02 remaining in the contest.

The teams traded the lead back and forth in the final minutes of the game. A three pointer by Grant Blomme swung the advantage to the Tigers before Carrington Daniel knotted the game at 48-48 with a bucket on an offensive rebound with 40 seconds left to play.

After SCR-I missed two free throws, Clark County’s Cody Prostman put the pressure on SCR-I by hitting two from the charity stripe with just 14.1 seconds left to play.

But Grant Blomme sent the game into overtime when he scored in the paint with less than a second to play to tie the game at 50-50.

Scotland County looked poised to pull off the upset as the Tigers jumped out to a 55-51 lead halfway through the extra four minutes of play.

Clark County came within one point before Matt Wickert converted a three-point play with 1:33 left to play to make the score 58-54.

SCR-I led by two points with just 20 seconds left when Cody Prostman hit a huge three pointer for the home team to regain the lead 60-59.

SCR-I was unable to convert on its final two possessions and the Indians added a free throw to make the final score 61-59.

Clark County (9-9, 1-3) was led by Prostman with 20 points.

Bryce Blomme paced Scotland County (4-13, 0-3) with 24 points. Grant Blomme finished with 14 points and Wickert added nine points.


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