The Poynette boys basketball team traveled to Cambridge for a one-day tournament on Dec. 27.
The Pumas earned a spot in the championship game after outlasting host Cambridge 57-55 in overtime in the opening round.
Poynette wasn’t able to capture the same magic in the championship game, as it fell 67-60 to Waupun.
The results leave the Pumas with a season record of 3-3.
Poynette will be at home this Friday. The Pumas will host Wisconsin Dells in a non-conference game at 7:30 p.m.
After playing non-conference road games in New Glarus (Jan. 10) and Portage (Jan. 13), the Pumas will kick off Capitol North Conference play at home against Lodi at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 16.
The Pumas rallied in the second half to force overtime, where they outscored the Blue Jays 8-6.
Defense dominated the game in the first half. Neither team was able to grab much momentum.
Cambridge held a 17-14 lead at halftime.
Both offenses picked up in the second half. Poynette outscored the Blue Jays 35-32 to put the game into overtime.
Cambridge got 16 points from both Jack Nikolay and Fritz Kaiser.
No scoring statz were available for Poynette.
No information was available on the game.