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A nail-biter between the Sands and Klondike boys basketball teams went down to the very last second on Tuesday evening. Actually, it went down to the last half-second. Sands’ Jayden Wigington sank two free throws with just 0.48 of a second showing on the clock to give the Mustangs a 48-47 win at Klondike. “It was amazing to win like that,” Sands Coach Billy Grumbles said afterward. Almost as amazing was the fact that Sands sank 11 three-pointers during the game, compared to only four two-point buckets. “That’s the most (three-pointers) we’ve had all season,” Grumbles said. Klondike jumped out to a 9-4 lead at the ...

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