Center Hunter Hayden helped the Colts
disappoint Huskies fans in their house.
Christina La/ Courier photo
From the beginning to the end the intensity never left the court. Both teams knew that it was going to be competitive, but by the end of the night, the Colts were able to call themselves victors.
"It was team effort, we never gave up on each other," said Logan's center Hunter Hayden.
At the end of the first quarter, the Colts managed to be in the lead by one point. However, as second quarter was in process, the Colts struggled to fight back, putting the Huskies in the lead with eleven points. By half time the Huskies managed to stay in the lead with 35-24.
During both third and fourth quarter, Logan strived to get their momentum back. At the end of the fourth quarter, both teams were tied with 58 points, which led to overtime. With four minutes to play, there was still no tie breaker; the teams then went into double overtime.
With only seconds left, Logan s Eddie Johnson was in possession of the ball which he passed to teammate Joel Sales. Sales dribbles down the court then passes it back to Johnson, who attempts to shoot but misses. Johnson quickly picked up the rebound and attempts to shoot again but misses.
The game was about to end when Junior Howie Manzo shoots the ball but misses. Catching his own rebound, Manzo s second try was saved when teammate Isaiah Moore tips in the ball by the sound of the double overtime buzzer.
Logan came through with 62-61 victory over Washington. Logan now holds a record of 7-2 in the Mission Valley Athletic League.