YERINGTON - Destinee Serawop took an inbounds pass with four seconds to go, dribbled up court and hit a three-pointer to send the Dayton girls basketball team into overtime against Yerington Friday night.
Unfortunately the Dust Devils couldn't cash in on the clutch shot falling 39-38 to the Lions.
Serawop and Maribel Ledezma, both sophomores, led the team with nine points apiece.
Dayton held a four point lead after three quarters in the back and forth game but Yerington stormed back to take the lead before Serawop's buzzer beater.
In overtime, it came down to free throw shooting and Yerington capitalized on its opportunities.
"I am proud of the girls," coach Cliff Serawop said. "We are starting to put it all together."
Taylor Hill add five points and Amber Brooks and Andrea Ramirez each chipped in four.
Dayton travels to Fallon for a 2 p.m. game today.
VIRGINIA CITY GIRLS PULL AWAY
VIRGINIA CITY - The Virginia City girls basketball team pulled away from Hawthorne en route to a 51-42 win Friday night.
The Muckers led by two at halftime before stretching the lead to 12 points and holding on.
Keana Prahl led the team with 23 points and 15 rebounds. Taylor Parsons chipped in 11 points for the 10-1 in league Muckers.
Virginia City plays Excel today.
CARSON HAMMERS WOOSTER
Rafe King scored 17 points to lead the Senators to a 62-36 win over Wooster at Morse Burley Gym.
Nate Brown added 12, Tommy Champion 10 and Jay Lanuza nine for CHS which improved to 6-8 in league play.
CARSON BOYS ROLL
RENO - Kyle Denning scored 18 points to lead the Senators to a 66-39 road win.
Austin Shaffer (12) and Nick Mohlenkamp (10) also reached double figures.