The Breckenridge Lady Bucks were poised for another fourth-quarter comeback on Tuesday against the Hawley Lady Bearcats.
They got mixed results.
The Lady Bucks fell to Hawley 52-47 in the season finale.
Breckenridge trailed 34-31 entering the fourth quarter.
The lead changed hands six times in the final eight minutes but Hawley closed the game on a 9-3 run.
Junior Hanna Singleton gave Breckenridge a 40-39 lead after sinking a basket with 4:11 remaining.
Senior Ashly Fambro sank two free throws to put the Lady Bucks back ahead 42-41 with under three minutes left.
Hawley regained the lead for good with 1:19 left in the game.
The Lady Bearcats closed out the game going nine-of-10 at the free throw line.
Fambro led the team in scoring with 11 points in her final appearance for the Lady Bucks.
She was 3-of-4 on 3-pointers and made both of her free throw attempts.
Singleton finished with 10 points while junior post Megan Herrington and sophomore post Heidi O'Dell each scored nine points.
Junior Landre Griffin and freshman Madison Hatchett added three points apiece while freshman Alexa Medina had two points.
O'Dell ripped down 12 rebounds to lead the team.
Singleton and Griffin each grabbed five rebounds while Herrington added four.
Sophomore Nocona Swindell, freshman Maci Patterson and Hatchett each had one rebound.
Singleton led the Lady Bucks defense with four steals.
Patterson swiped two steals while Griffin, O'Dell and Herrington each had one steal.
"Hawley played very well," Lady Bucks coach Ky Graham said. "They shot the ball extremely well. We actually shot the ball better than we have been.
"Ashly (Fambro) played great and we got good rebounding and scoring from Heidi (O'Dell). If you would have told me that was going to happen, I would have said we're going to win going away. Regardless of how this game turned out, we have a very bright future."
The Lady Bucks finished the season with an overall record of 12-20 and 4-10 in district play.