Trey Tinsley gave Glasgow the first lead, making a layup one minute into the game. Ryan Beard nailed a 3 on an assist from Keifer Dalton to put the Bulldogs ahead 3-2 with 5:48 showing in the first quarter. Dalton scored next to push Clinton's lead to 5-2. Ryne Tinsley buried a 3-pointer with five minutes to go in the opening period and the game had its first tie at 5-5.
The Bulldogs responded with a 7-0 run for their biggest lead of the game, 12-5, with 2:36 showing in the first quarter. They finished the opening period up by 5, 15-10.
Both teams locked down on defense in the second quarter, allowing Glasgow to post an 8-4 run over nearly seven minutes. A 3 by Ryne Tinsley pulled the Scotties to within a point, 19-18, with 1:42 left until halftime. Again, the Bulldogs responded and led 23-20 at intermission.
The Scotties posted a 6-3 run to open the third quarter with 3-pointers by Harris and Trey Tinsley. Tinsley's field goal tied the game at 26-all with 6:31 to play in the third. His 3 came on a fast break ignited by a shot block by Thomas Kingery at the defensive end.
A 3-pointer by Clinton's Beard pushed his team ahead again. A free throw by Norris and an offensive rebound and put back by Quentel Bradley tied the game at 29-all.
A basket by England with 2:17 left in the third gave Clinton a 31-29 lead. Then Harris nailed a 3 for Glasgow and the Scotties took their second lead of the game, 32-31. Langford, though, responded with a 3-point play 19 seconds later and the Bulldogs were up 34-32, which was also the score after three quarters.
Clinton County did not trail again in the game.
Norris tied the game at 34-all 21 seconds into the fourth quarter. Langford hit a 3-pointer, then Norris put back an offensive rebound and made a free throw over the next two minutes to tie the game at 37-37.