The Breckenridge Bucks entered Tuesday's clash against Clyde with a 9-0 district mark, the Bulldogs were looking to pull an upset and keep any hope of a district banner alive.
Clyde rode hot shooting and a boisterous crowd to knock off the Bucks 46-41 in overtime.
The Bucks (21-4, 9-1) still have a two-game lead over the Bulldogs in the district standings with four games remaining.
Breckenridge trailed 23-18 headline into the halftime break after falling behind 11-8 at the end of the first quarter.
The Bulldogs held a 27-20 advantage early in the third quarter before the Bucks went on a 9-0 run.
Junior guards Clay Boaz and Rigo Gallegos combined for three-straight 3-pointers to give Breckenridge their first lead of the game at 29-27.
Boaz was 4-of-9 from behind the arc and finished with a game-high 16 points.
The game was tied at 31-31 headline into the fourth quarter.
The Bucks opened the final period with six consecutive points to jump to a 37-31 lead.
Clyde tied the game at 38-38 with 2:37 remaining.
Both teams had chances to win the game in regulation.
Breckenridge stole the ball with 21 seconds left and called a time out to set up a final shot.
Sophomore guard Anthony Ramirez had an attempt bounce off the rim as time expired.
Clyde hit their first two shots of the extra frame to take a five-point lead they would not relinquish.
The Bucks trimmed the margin to 43-41 before a turnover gave the Bulldogs back the ball.
Breckenridge hoisted four shots in the final seconds but were unable to connect.
Junior guard Caleb Spoon chipped in with 10 points while Gallegos added nine.
Senior posts Lane Morris and Alex Benitez along with Ramirez each had two points.
Boaz pulled down a team-leading six rebounds.
Spoon dished out a team-high five assists while Ramirez swiped four steals to lead the Breckenridge defense.
"Every time we play Clyde it has been a close game," Bucks coach Rob Ogle said. "We have similar styles and it's always a good game. We are still in control of the district race. Nobody expected to go undefeated, it hasn't happened the last three years in this district."
The Bucks will travel to Hawley for a 8 p.m. clash Tuesday, Feb. 5.