AFTON — An 8-6 edge in overtime helped Wyandotte nail down a 75-73 victory over Afton in a Lucky 7 Conference boys’ basketball game here Tuesday night.

Carlee Shinn had a career-best 35 points in leading the Afton girls to a 53-38 victory.

Afton used a 17-15 edge in the fourth quarter to force the extra period.

There, Trey Jones got six of his team-high 23 points to lead the Bears (7-3) to their seventh straight win.

Wil Amos, who had a game-high 30, accounted for all six of Afton’s overtime points.

The Eagles (2-4) were up 18-17 after one and carried a 33-28 lead into the half.

Wyandotte turned things around with a 24-17 margin in the third period.

Jones got 14 of his 23 points in the second half and overtime.

Ryan Cooper joined him in double figures with 19.

Jordon Burney and Carson Loncarich scored nine each, followed by Blaine Stephens with eight, Jakob Burney with four and Ryan Cooper with three.

Amos had 16 of his points in the fourth quarter and overtime. He also led the Eagles with 14 rebounds.

Gabe Mustain added 13 points and Gunner Hudson had 10. Hudson also pulled down eight rebounds.

Brett Fuser chipped in with eight points, followed by Brett Hollon with five, Cole Mikesell with four and Briar Julian with three.

Girls: Afton 53, Wyandotte 38

Shinn converted on 12 of her 21 field goal attempts, including 9-of-13 from inside the arc.

She also converted on eight of 11 free throw chances.

Wyandotte was up 17-12 after the opening frame, but Afton turned things around in the second with a 16-10 margin.

The hosts continued to pull away in the second half thanks to 15-7 and 10-4 advantages.

Afton also got nine points from Skylar Hicks, seven from Daylee Osburn and two from Clarissa Rice.

Makinze Powell was the Lady Bears’ top scorer with 17 points.

Others scoring for Wyandotte were Aranda Nair with eight, Katie Hart with five, Lynnea Cox with four and Amber Garrett and Karsyn Severs with two each.

Afton travels to Bluejacket and Wyandotte hosts Quapaw Friday night.