Senior Ryan Harris hit the game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Beckville a 72-69 victory over Kountze in the fifth-place game of the Tenaha Tournament on Wednesday.
Harris scored 15 points in the game and was named to the all-Tournament team.
J’Koby Williams scored a team-high 17 points, DJ Rockwell scored 14, Jae’Dyn Slaughter scored 10 while Jakelvin Smith and Jayden Mojica both scored six.
Beckville defeated Mineola 51-38 to reach the fifth-place game of the Tenaha Tournament.
Mojica led the Bearcats with 10 points, Harris scored eight and Smith scored seven.
Beckville led Mineola 27-25 going into halftime.
The Bearcats were handed their worst loss of the season in a 65-43 loss to Timpson in the first game on Tuesday in the Tenaha Tournament.
Matt Barr scored 11 points, Harris scored nine and Mojica scored eight points.
“Too many turnovers, missed layups and rebounds were bad,” Beckville Coach Tim Ender said.
Beckville (16-3) got it together from that point on to win their next two games and finish 4-1 in the tournament.
The Bearcats will host Tyler Heat on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.
The Beckville Ladycats basketball team struggled in the Quitman Tournament losing all four of their games.
In the finale against Rains, Emily Dean scored nine points and Amber Harris scored four points with six rebounds in Beckville’s 40-17 loss to Rains on Wednesday.
Lexi Barr scored a season-high nine points and had three assists, but Beckville lost a tough one to tournament hosts Quitman 37-35 on Wednesday.
Harris scored eight points, had 10 rebounds and five steals while McKinna Chamness and Laney Jones both scored seven.
Chamness had six rebounds and Jones had two 3-pointers with five rebounds.
Harris scored 15 points and had eight rebounds but Beckville fell 49-24 to Wills Point.
Harris scored 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Chamness scored 10 points, but the Ladycats fell 40-31 to Pine Tree.
Beckville (8-10) will host East Texas Homeschool on Monday at 5 p.m.