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Buzzer-beater sends Tolton Catholic boys basketball to overtime win

Saturday, January 19, 2013 | 9:57 p.m. CST

Cameron Bagley had the winning basket for the Tolton Catholic boys basketball team in a 62-60 overtime victory over Centralia on Saturday in the third-place game of the Macon tournament that evened the Trailblazers' season record at 7-7.

With the scored tied with seven seconds left in the extra period, Tolton took a timeout to draw up a play that sent Bagley driving down the lane to hit the winner at the buzzer.

Centralia put back a missed shot to tie the game 53-53 at the end of regulation. Tolton had rallied back from a 35-23 halftime deficit against a team that had prevailed by 29 points in a December contest. It was the Trailblazers' fifth win in their past six games.

Brennan Church led Tolton with 19 points, and Ryan Chappell scored 16. Bagley finished with 10 points.

The Trailblazers are set to play their next game Tuesday at home against North Callaway.

 

 

 


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