BLACKSVILLE, W.Va. – Clay-Battelle knocked off Trinity 35-34 Saturday night to open up Class A Region 1, Section 2 play.

This one was a low scoring, back-and-forth game that was anyon’s ballgame until the end.

Trinity held a 15-10 lead heading into the halftime break, after controlling the majority of the first half.

The Cee Bees would steadily climb back into this one throughout the third quarter, which would set up an epic final stanza.

The fourth quarter featured several lead changes as neither team was able to separate themselves.

Trinity led 34-33 after an arrant Cee Bees pass led to an easy lay-up for the Warriors.

Those final 10 seconds were enough time for Clay-Battelle Sophomore Liv Ammons to get a put-back to go as time expired.

With the Ammons bucket, the Cee Bees defeated Trinity 35-34 to move on to face Gilmer County Thursday night at 7:00.

With the loss, Trinity ends their season with a 9-12 record.