RIRIE, Idaho (KIFI) - Jack Nelson's go-ahead three-pointer with 7.6 seconds to go propelled the Teton Timberwolves to a one-point win Tuesday night over the Ririe Bulldogs in a great battle.
From the get-go, this game went back-and-forth with neither team leading by more than five points, proving why both teams entered the contest at a combined 25-4.
Then, in the final seconds, down 65-63, Jack Nelson got an open look in the corner and swished home a go-ahead three-pointer for the 66-65 Teton victory.
Next up, Teton hosts Jackson Hole (WY) Wednesday night before a conference battle with South Fremont Thursday, while Ririe travels to West Side Thursday night. Both games tip off at 7:30 p.m.