The Moberly Greyhounds hit three free throws in the final half second of overtime to beat Henry Ford of Michigan 94-91 in Quincy Tuesday afternoon. With the game tied at 91 in the final seconds, Moberly had a chance to take the lead.

J.B. Connoley with the call on 99.9 The Captain and centralmoinfo.com. A half second was put on the clock, and Cortez Mosley hit one of two to put the Hounds up one. The Hawks’ bench was assessed a technical foul as the following inbounds pass came in, and Tyrek Chambers hit both free throws for the final margin. The game featured 11 ties and 14 lead changes. Chambers had 23 points. Moberly’s Eddie Creal had a team high 32 to help the Greyhounds erase an 11-point second half deficit.

Coach Pat Smith…

The Greyhounds are now 13-4, and play at Southeastern of Iowa Saturday night. Henry Ford falls to 9-4.

Postgame Interview with Coach Pat Smith: