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    Payton Hufnagel of Dale, left, and Gina Wahl of Dale, both seniors at Heritage Hills High School, reacted to the boys basketball game against Southridge in Lincoln City on Friday. The Raiders won in double overtime 67-64. Heather Rousseau/ The Herald

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    Southridge's Chad O'Bryan went up for a shot while being guarded by Heritage Hills' Andy Sickbert,center, and Sam Scherry during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double overtime 67-64.Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Devon Merder went up for a shot while being guarded by Southridge's Cam O'Bryan, left, Cody Thompson, and Henry Steckler during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double overtime 67-64. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Devon Merder watched the action as JV coach Josh Wetzel taped his shins to help his shinsplints, during Friday night's game against Southridge in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double overtime 67-64.Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Southridge's Cody Thompson went up for a shot while being guarded by Heritage Hills' Tyler Ward, left and Spenser Minto during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double overtime 67-64. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Southridge's Connor Craig received the ball in play while being guarded by Heritage Hills' Gavin Schaefer during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double overtime 67-64. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Southridge's Cody Thompson fought for the ball with Heritage Hills' Devon Merder, left and Gavin Schaefer, right, during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double overtime 67-64.Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    The Southridge boys basketball team huddled before Friday night's game against Southridge in Lincoln City. The Raiders won in double overtime 67-64.Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' Gavin Schaefer went up for a shot during Friday night's game against Southridge in Lincoln City. The Raiders won in double overtime 67-64.Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Southridge's head coach Jeremy Rauch, center, encouraged his team during Friday night's game against Heritage Hills in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double over time 67-64. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Southridge's Henry Steckler, left, Connor Craig, and Chad O'Bryan, listened to their coaches in the locker room during half time of Friday night's game against Heritage Hills in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double over time 67-64. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Southridge's Chad O'Bryan went up for a shot while being guarded by Heritage Hills' Gavin Schaefer during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double over time 67-64. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Olivia Morris of Santa Claus, a senior at Heritage Hills, watched the boys basketball game against Southridge on Friday night in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double over time 67-64. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Heritage Hills' basketball team and their fans watched Friday night's game against Southridge in Lincoln City. The Raiders won in double over time 67-64. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Southridge boys basketball team and their fans watched Friday night's game against Heritage Hills in Lincoln City. The Raideres won in double over time 67-64. Heather Rousseau/ The Herald

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    Southridge's Cody Thompson went up for a shot while being guarded by Heritage Hills' players during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double over time 67-64. Heather Rousseau/ The Herald

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    Southridge huddled before a free throw against Heritage Hills during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double overtime 67-64. Heather Rousseau/ The Herald

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    Southridge's Cody Thompson made an attempted dunk and was blocked by Gavin Schaefer during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double overtime 67-64. Heather Rousseau/ The Herald

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    Southridge's Cody Thompson drove the ball down the court while being guarded by Heritage Hills' Spenser Minto during Friday night's game in Lincoln City. Southridge won in double overtime 67-64. Heather Rousseau/ The Herald

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    Cody Thompson, left, Chance Tretter, center and head coach Jeremy Rauch, right, celebrated with the rest of the Southridge team in the locker room after their 67-64 victory in double overtime against Heritage Hills in Lincoln City on Friday night. Heather Rousseau/ The Herald

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    Southridge boys basketball team celebrated in the locker room after their 67-64 victory in double overtime against Heritage Hills in Lincoln City on Friday night. Heather Rousseau/ The Herald