Hill's free throws lift Oak. Mills, 69-67 Boys basketball

January 23, 1993|By Rick Belz | Rick Belz,Staff Writer

With the game tied and 16 seconds left in overtime, there was no doubt that Oakland Mills' inbounds pass underneath its basket was going to star sophomore Michael Hill.

It did. Hill (27 points, 12 rebounds) was double-teamed and Glenelg fouled him. Hill made two free throws and Oakland Mills regained possession and ran out the clock, sending Glenelg (10-3 overall, 3-2 league) to a 69-67 defeat last night at Oakland Mills.

George Robinson (12 points) put Oakland Mills (5-8, 3-2) ahead 65-63 in overtime on a drive and Hill made it 67-63 on a layup off a Glenelg turnover.

But James McKenney (11 points) scored in the lane and Scott Cline (25 points ) converted a layup to tie it 67-67.

Cline shot well the entire game for Glenelg. His drive with 1:20 left in regulation time put Glenelg ahead, 63-59.

Chad Barr (14 points) sank a clutch basket for Oakland Mills making it 63- 61. The teams traded turnovers before Glenelg's Jamie Brinker went to the line with 18 seconds left. He missed a one-and-one.

Hill was tied up trying to drive, and possession went to Glenelg with eight seconds left.

Glenelg turned the ball over on the inbounds play, a walking violation. Then came the intentional foul call and Hill's two free throws that sent the game to overtime.

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