WA H.S. Basketball Game Goes To OT After Layup At Buzzer Gets Stuck On Rim
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.