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Tigers lose heartbreaker in double overtime
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Goliad coach David Kelley talks to his team during the second overtime of Tuesday's bi-district playoff game against Marion.
Goliad coach David Kelley talks to his team during the second overtime of Tuesday's bi-district playoff game against Marion.
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PLEASANTON – Marion's Avery Corkran stole a Goliad inbound pass with 13 seconds left and scored on a layup to give the Bulldogs a 63-62 double-overtime win over the Tigers in a Class 2A bi-district playoff game Tuesday night at the Pleasanton High School gym.

Scottie Brown's free throw with 13 seconds left closed Goliad's lead to 62-61 before Corkran stole the tipped inbound pass and drove for the game-winning layup. Goliad's Dalton Sturm drove for a potential game-winning shot but was tripped up from behind by Marion's Casey Blakely. No foul was called as time expired.

Video of the game coming to mySouTex.com.
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