Helias boys hang first loss on Mexico

Zach Rockers of the Crusaders (right) drives to the bucket as Tyus Williams of the Bulldogs defends during Wednesday night’s game with the Mexico Bulldogs at Rackers Fieldhouse

Zach Rockers of the Crusaders (right) drives to the bucket as Tyus Williams of the Bulldogs defends during Wednesday night’s game with the Mexico Bulldogs at Rackers Fieldhouse Photo by Stephen Brooks.

The state’s third-ranked team in Class 4 came into Rackers Fieldhouse and shot an amazing 62 percent from the floor Wednesday night.

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And still lost.

The Helias Crusaders used a hot shooting effort from 3-point range — including a buzzer-beater from Deion Hughes — and knocked the Mexico Bulldogs from the ranks of the unbeaten with a 57-54 win.

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