WASHINGTON, NJ - Dan Pilsbury scored 20 points to lead the Watchung Hills boys basketball team over Warren Hills in double overtime on Thursday, 67-64.
Noah Allen and Steven Bressler each scored 13 points, while Drew Taylor added nine points for Watchung Hills. Gavin DeFuria scored eight points and Brian Leon and Ryan Keller each chipped in two.
The Warriors took a 32-23 lead into the half but Warren Hills outscored Watchung Hills in the third to lead 37-36. After a close fourth quarter the game ended tied 50-50 and in another tie 9-9 in the first OT period. Watchung Hills outscored Warren Hills 8-5 in double overtime.
"Proud of the boys for their fight and ability to handle adversity all night," said WHRHS head coach Justin Salton. "We made some big plays when we needed to and found a way."
James Jordan had a game high 32 points for Warren Hills.
Watchung Hills is now 12-12 on the season and will host Voorhees on Friday.