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|Vidalia remains unbeaten in 3-3A|
:?<;#´?junior Quartrell Thomas had not hit a 3-pointer all night. But with five seconds remaining in regulation and his Viking team behind by three points at Marksville, he could not have picked a better time to nail his first one.
Thomas sent the game into OT with a shot from beyond the arc and Vidalia outscored Marskville 15-11 in the extra period for a key 90-86 District 2-2A win.
Both teams were undefeated in district going into the game.
Vidalia trailed Marksville most of the first half and was whistled for 28 fouls in the contest, with Gary Stewart fouling out early in the final period, the first time he has fouled out this year.
Marksville led the Vikings 18-16 after one period and outscored the Vikings 27-13 in the second period for a 45-29 halftime advantage.
Vidalia outscored Marskville 46-30 in the second half to force their District 3-3A game into overtime.
"Our guys showed a lot of heart," said Vidalia coach Robert Sanders. "They were determined at halftime they were not going to lose this game. That was a big win for us on the road."
Quan Riley fouled out in overtime and Thomas and Rolandin Webster finished with four fouls each. Thomas led Vidalia with 20 points, while Stewart and Torrey Dixon added 18 points each. Webster and Jacob McGraw both chipped in 10.
Vidalia's High girls fell to Marksville, 60-21.
Erika Brown and Dejanea Harris netted six points each.
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