This week's Highlight Zone "Play of the Week" comes from the boys sectional semi-final meeting between Concord and Warsaw. The Tigers escaped with a 41-39 win in triple overtime.
Trailing 39-38 with just four seconds remaining the Tigers Jordan Stookey hoists a prayer from near half court and cans the game winner as time expires.
Check back next week for more great action from the high school hardwood!
Week One - Adams Central - Alex Byerly 50-yard punt return for a touchdown.
Week Two - DeKalb - Evan Cochran to Dylan Cagle 45-yard touchdown reception.
Week Three - Homestead - Isaac Griffith making people miss on touchdown run.
Week Four - Northrop - Colin Brockhouse to Spencer Cowherd for winning touchdown.
Week Five - Churubusco - Jason Nicodemus 44-yard touchdown in Eagles win.
Week Six - Leo - Zach Ferran nails a 24-yard field goal in overtime to beat Heritage and keep Leo undefeated.
Week Seven - West Noble - Erik Mawhorter scores a 15-yard touchdown en route to a 334 yard effort.
Week Eight - Garrett - Kyle Lanning with a key interception return for a touchdown in a win over Leo.
Week Nine - Heritage - The Patriots execute a fake field goal to perfection, leading to an early touchdown.
Week Ten - Churubusco - The Eagles Travis Glick snares a fumble and takes it in for a touchdown.
Week Eleven - Carroll - The Chargers Bayden Lee nails a 35-yard game-winning field goal.
Week Twelve - Snider - The Panthers Je'norie Smith punches in a short touchdown and subsequent game-winning two-point conversion in overtime.
Week Thirteen - Snider - Brandon Phelps fires a 53-yard touchdown pass to Addison Dellinger.
Week Fourteen - Bishop Luers - Jaylon Smith runs in his third touchdown of the state championship game.
Week Fifteen - Bishop Luers - James Blackmon Jr. throws down a monstrous alley-oop in a win over South Side.
Week Sixteen - Concordia - D.J. McCall sends home a big one-handed slam in a win over Bishop Luers.
Week Seventeen - A pair of jams involving New Haven swingman V.J. Beachem. He sends in a one-handed alley-oop, and follows it up with another tremendous flush off the dribble in a losing effort.
Week Eighteen - Homestead's Nick Gamble had a game-high 17 points, as he comes up with a steal and a lay-up at the other end. The Spartans would need every point, as they beat DeKalb 51-50.
Week Nineteen - Northrop - Bruins senior Bryson Scott sends home a one-handed jam in a win over Snider.
Week Twenty - Homestead - Nick Gamble connects on a game-winning three-pointer to sink Columbia City.
Week Twenty-One - Heritage - Nate Scheumann throws down a buzzer-beating alley-oop off a pass from teammate Cole Gerardot.
Week Twenty-Two - Snider - Devlyn Williams burries a half-court shot off the glass to beat the first quarter buzzer.
Week Twenty-Three - North Side - Trevion Cruse drains a buzzer-beating three-pointer at the end of the first quarter.
Week Twenty-Four - Wabash - Kyleigh Hampton connects on a three-pointer as time expires in the first half.
Week Twenty-Five - Columbia City - Daniel Woll steals a pass and then throws down a monster two-handed slam.
Week Twenty-Six - Norwell - The Knights Josh VanMeter cans a three-pointer as time expires to end the first quarter.
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