It was a tie ballgame going into the fourth quarter, and neither team had bigger than at 5 point lead in the frame, but it was the Webster County Highlanders (27-0) that came out on top over Trinity (22-5) in the Class A semifinals, 45-42.
The Highlanders hit five free throws in the final minute to secure the win.
Cole Taylor had 20 points and 12 rebounds for Webster, and Dorian Groggs added 12. Drew Holcomb grabbed 12 boards to go along with 4 points.
Joel Robertson netted 16 points, while Briston Bennett added 12 and 8 rebounds. Daniel Woods finished with 11.