OGDEN -- The lights in Father Neale Herrlich Gymnasium turned off before the players and coaches could finish shaking hands following St. Joseph's Region 18 game against visiting Wendover Wednesday night.
It was a fitting end to catastrophic finish for the Jayhawks.
James Trujillo scored 32 points, Hector Duran added a season-high 24 and the two combined to make a staggering 15 of 29 from 3-point range as Wendover overcame a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat St. Joseph 75-68 in overtime.
Wendover (9-1, 3-0 Region 18) outscored St. Joseph 42-18 in the fourth quarter and overtime.
St. Joseph (4-3, 0-2 Region 18), playing for the first time since Dec. 20, had a chance to take the lead late in the fourth quarter, but sophomore Mike O'Brien missed a pair of free throws.
"I just think we haven't learned how to win yet," St. Joseph coach Rick Stoeckl said. "We're going through a little mentality change and we're not there yet."
Nick Gruet scored 21 points and made 5 of 6 from 3-point range to lead St. Joseph.
Senior David Donlevy added 16 for the Jayhawks.
Wendover's offensive formula against St. Joseph was simple. Rotate the ball, get open 3-point looks for Trujillo and Duran and let the pair of sharpshooters take their shots.
In the first quarter, the plan was mostly effective as Trujillo scored 12 points, including a driving layup as the buzzer sounded, to lead Wendover to a 16-13 advantage.
"I scouted him twice," Stoeckl said. "We knew that he was their best player. We knew that he shot the ball a lot."
In the second quarter, Gruet took over. The sophomore drained three 3-pointers and scored 9 of his 14 first-half points in the period to help lead St. Joseph, which finished the half on an 18-6 run.
St. Joseph led 34-28 at halftime.
"Nick's our best shooter," Stoeckl said. "He knows the game really well and he works his butt off. We depend on him to make those shots and we depend on him to do a lot of good things."
St. Joseph went ahead 62-61 early in overtime, but Wendover responded with a 7-0 run and never trailed again.
"We just didn't finish it," Stoeckl said. "They turned up the pressure and we didn't finish it. We stopped doing what got us the big lead. That was the difference."
In the third quarter, St. Joseph's defense turned up the heat, holding Wendover to just five points on 2-of-18 shooting.
"We were running our stuff," Stoeckl said. "We were just running our offense. We were setting good screens, we were making good decisions."
Duran, who scored all five of Wendover's third-quarter points, went off in the fourth quarter with nine more, including back-to-back 3s in a period of 20 seconds to tie the game at 59 late in regulation.
Duran had an opportunity in the final seconds to win the game, but missed on a 3-pointer.
* BOX ELDER 71, SKY VIEW 61: At Brigham City, Shad Watson scored a game-high 24 points and three teammates reached double digits as the Bees flew away from the Bobcats in the fourth quarter.
Box Elder broke open a one-point ballgame in the final period by making 14 trips to the free throw line. Ultimately the Bees outscored the Bobcats 22-13 in the fourth quarter.
Watson's night was highlighted by 9-of-11 shooting at the line to go along with three 3-pointers.
Darius McFarland had 11 points and Jeff Sever and Jarom Mecham added 10 apiece for the Bees.
Sky View got 16 points from Bryce Mortensen and 11 from Jake Hendricks.
* MOUNTAIN CREST 55, OGDEN 41: At Hyrum, the Tigers' Emric Eggbert hit a 3-pointer and scored a game-high 13 points but it wasn't enough for Ogden to get past the Mustangs.
Mountain Crest pulled away with a 22-7 run coming out of halftime and sealed the win by outscoring the Tigers 12-11 in the final quarter.
Kaedon Buchmiller had 11 points for the Mustangs. Teammate Gaje Ferguson had 10.
Tyler Buck had 10 points for Ogden.
* ROY 50, LOGAN 41: At Logan, the Royals broke out to a big lead then held on to take down the Grizzlies on their home floor.
Dakota Nalder scored 14 points and Brekkott Chapman added 11 to help pace the Royals, who outscored Logan 18-8 in the opening quarter.
Chandler Medlin hit a pair of 3-pointers and scored 13 points for the Grizzlies. Jaxton Andersen added 12 points.
* MORGAN 86, BEAR RIVER 67: At Garland, the Trojans got 23 points from Garen Miles and 17 from Ben Saunders as they thumped the Bears on their home court.
Morgan scored 26 points in the second quarter.
Parker Lewis had a game-high 27 for Bear River.
* WASATCH 51, BEN LOMOND 36: At Heber City, the Wasps outscored the Scots 24-15 in the first half and never let up.