Dalton nailed a pair of free throws with 4:56 to play in the game and his team stopped Glasgow on the defensive end.
Norris, though, intercepted a pass in the paint, dished to Harris, ran the floor and finished at the rim with an assist by Harris to tie the game at 39-39 with 4:07 to play. It was the last tie of the game.
The plan, coach Tinsley explained, was to hold Langford and Dalton combined to 21 points. They posted 25, with Langford scoring 21.
“We showed the whole region how to slow him down,” the coach said of his team's defense on the Bulldogs' point guard, Dalton.
Norris led Glasgow with 11 points and nine rebounds. Ryne Tinsley scored 11, Trey Tinsley posted eight points, while Harris had seven, and Bradley and Kingery each scored two points. Bradley also had eight rebounds.
The loss dropped Glasgow to 8-8 on the season, while Clinton County improved to 13-6.