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The score was tied at 65 when Prosser turned the ball over and the Greyhounds laid it in as time expired, and then the ball just sat on top of the rim!

dailysunnews“What a way to cap off a long, crazy week,” Grandview boys basketball coach Glenn Braman said of Saturday’s rivalry match-up against Prosser. The undefeated Greyhounds narrowly won the game, 72-70 in overtime. “The Mustangs were upset-minded,” said Braman. He credited host Prosser for leading much of the game, with Grandview trailing by as many as 12 points in the opening half.

Shouldda used the backboard. Basketball 101.