West basketball notes: WCC is deeper, but still looking like a one-bid league
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In that heartbreaking loss, WSU’s Davion Berry appeared to have sent the game into double overtime with a 3-pointer with less than a second remaining. But Sac State’s Dylan Garrity sunk a three-quarter-court shot at the buzzer.
That’s the game in which the Hornets went in front 75-72 on four technical free throws in the last minute because the Wildcats called a timeout they didn’t have and because coach Randy Rahe was hit with a technical for running onto the court.
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