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Pioneers end losing streak to DeKalb County in thriller
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Jacob Reagan has been slow coming back from an ankle injury, but the senior looked like his old self when overtime began on Tuesday night at Charlie Dalton Gym.Reagan ignited a 10-0 run to begin extra time against the DeKalb County Tigers and ended up scoring 17 points to lead the Pioneers to a 66-53 victory.Nobody was sure how Warren County would react after the Tigers forced overtime with a 3-pointer in the waning seconds of regulation.Reagan made sure there wasn’t a letdown. The shooting guard hit a 3-pointer eight seconds after the ball was tipped, added a layup 19 seconds later, and then capped a 10-0 run with a pair of free throws.Tucker Smith also had a standout performance in overtime. Forced into action due to center Nick Simmons fouling out, Smith had five points in extra time, including a back-breaking three-point play a minute into the period.DeKalb County (3-1) tried desperately to get back into the game by launching long shots, but the Tigers couldn’t find the mark and Reagan and Hunter Daniel kept cleaning the glass.Daniel was the man who had looked to hit the game-winning free throws for Warren County in regulation.