Both teams would go nearly two minutes without scoring in the extra session before Blake Goldsmith drew a foul on the baseline and made both shots the put the Tigers in front, 48-46. Following a Gordon Lee miss, Logan Hullender would connect on a shot to boost the lead to four and Nayadley would find the net following another Gordon Lee miss to put Ringgold ahead by six with 54 seconds left to play.
After the Trojans failed to connect on a 3-point try from the corner, Gor- don Lee would be forced to put Hullender on the line with 19.3 seconds to play. The Ringgold guard then hit the front end of the one-and-one to account for what would ultimately be the final point of the game.
Nayadley had 19 points in the victory. Goldsmith finished with 14, while Hullender scored all 11 of his points in the fourth period and overtime. Jackson House added five points. Green added two and Kobi Baker finished with one.
Sam Norton drained five 3-pointers and led Gordon Lee with 15 points. Wooden finished with 12 points. Robert Napier and Wiley Heming had five points apiece, followed by Jake Poindexter with five and Weston Beagles with two.
The first game of the night saw the Lady Tigers claim their 10th victory in a row, but not before getting a battle from the Lady Trojans, 44-32.
Rachel Akers had 14 points, 10 rebounds and five steals for Ringgold, now 10-1 overall. Maggie Reed also had 14 points, while Rachel Lopez finished with six. Faith Bryson added three points. Sydney Pittman had two and Riley Nayadley added one in the victory.
Gracie O’neal led Gordon Lee (1-10) with 11 points. Emma Mcgraw had seven points. Skye Alexander and Sadie Gasaway had six points apiece, while Addison Sturdivant finished the scoring with two points.