The Chickasha High School basketball team lost it's first game at the Newcastle team camp to the Oklahoma City Storm on Wednesday afternoon at Newcastle High School.
It was the eighth game the Fightin' Chicks played at the Newcastle team camp, and Chickasha was riding a seven-game winning streak.
The Storm ended up winning the game in sudden-death overtime, 65-63.
OKC's Allonzo Trier hit the game-winning shot after carrying the team throughout the game, getting to the free throw line often and hitting a number of big threes.
Trier has been ranked by some recruiting sites as the top-ranked player in the class of 2015, and was featured as a sixth-grader by the New York Times.
Chickasha's E.J. Golightly held his own against the nationally-ranked Trier, hitting six three-point shots of his own.
The Chicks and the Storm played a closely contested game throughout the two 18-minute halves. Joey Sylvester tied the game at 57 with a bucket with about two minutes left.
The Storm took the ball back down the court, spread the offense, and took their time in attacking. Trier eventually drove to the basket and was fouled.
The Storm went up 59-57 with the two free throws. Sylvester missed a shot down low on the next possession, and the Storm got the ball back.
The Chicks looked like they were dead at that point, and were forced to foul. But the Storm missed the free throw on the one-and-one.
Golightly drove to the basket on the next possession but missed a contested layup, and Chickasha had to foul again, and this time the Storm made both free throws to make the score 61-57.
Golightly made his sixth three-pointer of the game his biggest, knocking down a trey from about 30 feet to bring Chickasha within one point with 10 seconds left.
Chickasha fouled again, and the Storm made both free throws.
The Fightin' Chicks pushed the ball down the court, and Golightly passed to Datious Dufur in the corner, and Dufur made the game-tying three-point shot with 3 seconds left.
The team camp rules for overtime were sudden-deah. The first team to score would win the game.
Chickasha won the tip, as Sylvester tipped the ball forward toward OKC's basket, but Dufur lost the ball on a turnover.
Trier drove to the basket on the next possession to give the Storm the 65-63 win.
Next week, the Fightin' Chicks will go to the Gold Ball Team Camp in Anadarko, and will play three games on Monday.
In the first game, Chickasha will play Newcastle at 8:30 a.m. Then, the Fightin' Chicks will play Washington at 10:30 a.m. Chickasha ends Monday against Lexington at 12:30. The camp runs through Wednesday the 20th.
Verden and Tuttle will also be at the camp.