The Douglas boys basketball team outscored Reed, 13-5, in the second overtime to pull away for a 75-67 win in a Division I game Saturday in Minden.
The Tigers (8-6 overall, 3-1 league) were 8-for-10 from the free-throw line in the second overtime. Douglas' Pat Johnson kept the Tigers in contention by making two key 3-pointers during the overtime sessions.
Reed (6-6, 2-3) was led by 25 points from Trae Wells. Devin Gray added 11 for the Raiders.
For Douglas, Johnson finished with 15 points and Hunter Myers had 14.
ELKO 67, SPARKS 51 at Elko: Nathan Klekas scored 20 points to lead the Indians (8-2, 4-0) in a Division I-A game.
For Sparks, Keiffer Putman finished with 19 points, including five 3-pointers.
LOWRY 59, CHURCHILL COUNTY 49 at Winnemucca: Jesse Studebaker scored 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead the Buckaroos.
Josh Watterson added 13 points for Lowry (9-3, 4-0 league). Jeff Evett led the Greenwave (7-5, 1-2) with 18 points and Beau Marshall added 14.
PYRAMID LAKE 80, EXCEL CHRISTIAN 24 at Pyramid Lake: John Barlese outscored Excel by himself with 36 points in the rout.
Richard Barlese added 15 points and Lance Chasingcrow had 13. Excel's AJ McCauley scored 12 points, while Paki Vaka had 10.
MINERAL COUNTY 47, COLEVILLE 31 at Hawthorne: Jared Keuhey scored 13 points to lead the Serpents. Austin Milks added 11 points. Tyshawn Bonner knocked down a pair of 3-pointers for eight points.
Seth Huhta led all scorers with 18 points for Coleville.
VIRGINIA CITY 81, SMITH VALLEY 42 at Virginia City: Jordan Popiela scored 20 points to lead the Muckers (9-5, 2-0).
Virginia City, which jumped to a 44-17 halftime advantage, also got 15 points from Quintin Allen
BATTLE MOUNTAIN 50, SILVER STAGE 33 at Battle Mountain: Abbie Mikelson scored 14 points to lead the Longhorns (10-5), who took control by shutting out Silver Stage in the second quarter. Kia Tapia scored 16 points for Silver Stage.
VIRGINIA CITY 58, SMITH VALLEY 19 at Virginia City: Keana Fielding scored 22 points to lead Virginia City (8-5, 3-0). For Smith Valley, Ashley Huntsberger and Crystal Zimmerman each scored six points.