That close. Grandview (WA) was that close to beating Prosser on the road until the final layup in Saturday’s game got stuck on the rim, leading to overtime.
Ever see a tied game go to overtime like this? Didn’t think so.
The good news for Grandview (10-0) is that the Greyhounds eventually won, 72-70, in overtime.
Coach Glenn Braman was stunned by the final play of regulation, telling the Sunnyside Daily News Sun that he’d never seen anything like this happen in a game.
Ironically, Grandview won on a buzzer-beater layup that didn’t get stuck, according to the Yakima Herald.
Isaiah Gonzalez made a steal and drove the length of the court for a layup at the overtime buzzer as second-ranked Grandview barely preserved its unbeaten record.
Gonzalez finished with 20.