Boys lose heartbreaker to Madrid, beat Southeast Valley

Seniors Jade Thompson, Jacob Hinman, and Sawyer Wagner fighting for the ball on Senior Night -Photo by T. R. Photography

The Ogden Bulldogs came into Senior Night looking to snap a three game losing skid. Their next opponent, the Madrid Tigers, were coming off a couple of close losses themselves. The game was a very entertaining game with many lead changes and fast paced action. The game couldn’t be decided in four quarters as the game went to overtime tied at 68. The Tigers got the ball last which proved to be the deciding factor as they hit a game winner as the buzzer sounded, winning the game 79 to 77. 

The Bulldogs got strong games from Ben Heeren and Noah Snedden as both had double - doubles. Heeren had a team leading 25 points and team leading 12 rebounds. Noah Snedden had 19 points and ten rebounds, along with five assists and three steals. Kayden Kruse came off the bench and made four three pointers, chipping in 14 points. Griffin Diggs added in nine points and six rebounds. Sawyer Wagner added five points, and Jade Thompson had eight assists. 

Read more in the Feb. 14 issue of The Ogden Reporter.