Boys basketball: Camas 53, Fort Vancouver 52, 2OT

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Kyle Friend had the go-ahead lay-up with 10 seconds to go to lead the Papermakers to a thrilling double-overtime win.

Camas had a chance to win the game at the end of regulation, but a late shot was off the mark and the following tip-in came after buzzer sounded.

Fort led 48-46 with four seconds left in the first overtime and the Trappers were inbounding the ball.

Camas fouled before Fort could inbound the ball, and the Trappers were only able to convert one of two free throws.

Camas got the rebound and Anthony Fallin hit a half-court 3-pointer at the buzzer to force the second overtime.

Fort again forged a 52-49 lead with two minutes to go in the second overtime when Zach Eagle made two free throws to cut the margin to one.

Both teams went scoreless until Friend’s lay-in with 10 second to go. Fort had one last chance to win, but the Trappers’ final shot was off the mark.

“It was a fun one,” Camas coach Skyler Gillispie said.

Trent Johnson led Camas with 16 points and five steals. Friend added 12 rebounds.

Jordan Howard led Fort with 14 points and Mario Eyler had all 11 of his points after halftime.

CAMAS 53, FORT VANCOUVER 52, 2OT

FORT VANCOUVER — Matthew Delisle 0, Mario Eyler 11, Deonte Hawkins 3, Jacob Howard 5, Jordan Howard 14, Sean Lennon 5, Quinton Whitfield 10, Hervey 4. Totals 19 (4) 10-20 52.

CAMAS — Trent Johnson 16, Zach Eagle 5, Tyler Hallead 0, Anthony Fallin 16, Tyler Macrae-Smith 0, Austin Dubay 4, Austin Vaughan 0, Jordan Lenard 3, Kyle Friend 9. Totals 19 (7) 8-15 53.

Fort Vancouver 10 9 15 9 6 3—52

Camas 6 17 12 8 6 4—53

JV — Camas 51-43; Frosh—Camas 74-22.