Medora's boys basketball team led for most of Friday night's home game against Indiana School for the Deaf, but the visitors outscored the Hornets 17-12 in the fourth quarter to force overtime.
Indiana School for the Deaf made a 3-pointer in the final 20 seconds of overtime for a one-point lead.
Then with four seconds to go, Kirk Stewart dribbled the length of the court and passed the ball to Kage Spence, who hit a jumper to give Medora the 60-59 win.
Roy Edwards led all scorers with 16 points, while Bryce Cockerham had 13 points and 12 rebounds for the Hornets (7-9), Spence also had 13 points, and Kam Flynn added 10.
It was Medora's fourth consecutive win.
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