The Booneville Bearcats had their 23-game winning streak snapped Friday night by County Line, 53-50 in overtime.
It was a 3 from Tyler Young that propelled the Indians (24-5) to the win in a battle of two teams ranked in the top five in their respective classes.
The Class 3A number 2 ranked Bearcats had led 41-37 going to the final quarter before regulation ended with the Class 1A number 4 ranked Indians having draw even at 45-45.
Blakley Cobb and Logan Bradley led the Bearcats (24-2) with 14 points apiece. Young had 11 for County Line, who was led by Pacyn Reames with 15. Zach Franklin also had 10 for County Line.
County Line 45 Lady Bearcats 28
Playing with a roster only six deep the lady Bearcats (5-18) got nine points each from Kasidey Thompson and Baylee Moses in a loss to the Lady Indians, who on Tuesday wrapped up a conference title.
Shae Parsons scored 12 and Diana Oudomvilay 11 for County Line (18-9).
Lady Rattlers 49 Hector 45
It was senior night at Diamondback Arena and a trio of the Lady Rattlers left with their 10th win of the season.
Magazine (10-16, 3-9) led by as many as 14 in the first half but saw that trimmed to only one, but before the end of the third quarter but hung on for their second Conference 2A-4 win in three games.
Kelsey Krigbaum scored 15 points in her final home game, and Lauren Ryan hit three first half 3s in her final appearance at home and finished with nine points. Sophomore Kiara Vasquez scored 13 points.
Hector (10-16, 6-6) got a game-high 16 points and 10 rebounds from Andrea Sears and eight points and seven rebounds from Evelyn Riley.
Hector 65 Rattlers 57
Max Greb though he hit his seventh 3 of the night to make it a one point game but a basket interference call wiped it out and an eventual technical foul resulted in free throws that put it away for Hector.
Greb hit six 3s and finished with 22 points in his final game in the arena and fellow senior Chase Gibson had 15 points for the Rattlers (5-19, 1-11).
Caleb Profitt and Treys Smedley combined for 50 for Hector (3-20, 2-10) with Profitt scoring 28 and Smedley 22 points.
Because the teams will meet again in the 6-7 seed game in the 2A-4 District tournament in Danville, the game decided which team will wear white and which will wear dark.