Overland’s heroics halt Grand Junction’s season

Overcome with emotion,  Aaron Marshall Overland High School clings to his mother immediately following his team’s com-from-behind win over Grand Junction High School. With the score tied at 68-68, Marshall drilled a three-point shot with 2.5 seconds left to go in the game for the win.



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Overcome with emotion,  Aaron Marshall Overland High School clings to his mother immediately following his team’s com-from-behind win over Grand Junction High School. With the score tied at 68-68, Marshall drilled a three-point shot with 2.5 seconds left to go in the game for the win.

One shot. Two seconds. Three points. That was the difference Saturday night between jubilation of victory and the heartbreak of defeat as Overland’s Aaron Marshall threw up a 3-pointer…




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