Medora boys win in overtime on Spence's jumper



MEDORA

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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