Jays blow fourth-quarter lead, finish off Tigers in double OT

Jefferson City’s Scott Stegeman drives to the bucket during Monday’s game against Waynesville at Fleming Fieldhouse.

Jefferson City’s Scott Stegeman drives to the bucket during Monday’s game against Waynesville at Fleming Fieldhouse. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

Forget the first three quarters. Forget Jefferson City blowing a big fourth-quarter lead.

When it really mattered the most, the Jays got the job done.

Jefferson City survived Waynesville’s late comeback in regulation to defeat the Tigers 61-59 in double overtime Monday night at Fleming Fieldhouse.

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