Spalding showed toughness and grit, rallying from a fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the Pike County Pirates 53-47 in overtime to improve to 3-2 overall.
After starting out 0-2, the Jags have won three straight games. They beat Drew in overtime last Friday.
“I was proud of how the guys hung around all night; they didn’t hang their heads,” Jags head coach Cecil Spear said. “Pike is a good team and they played very well.”
Davin White led the Jags with 12 points, but the scoring was balanced throughout the lineup Saturday.
Ricky Brittain added 10 points for the Jags, Jon Garland added 8, Zay Sharp chipped in 6 points, Markee Dickerson scored 5 and Chris Mayes and Ronnie Owens poured in 4 points each.
Pike County led 11-10 at the end of the first period and 23-22 at halftime.
The Pirates led 36-32 heading into the fourth period, but the Jags outscored Pike 13-9 in the fourth to tie the game at 45 and send it into overtime.
The Jags outscored Pike 8-2 in overtime to get the win.