NOBLE — The seventh-ranked Ebarb Rebels pulled off a huge upset on its homecoming night.

NOBLE — The seventh-ranked Ebarb Rebels pulled off a huge upset on its homecoming night.

Behind the play of Zach Faircloth and Hunter Barnes, the Rebels managed to take down the second-ranked Simpson Broncos in District 3-C play on Friday night, 63-58.

With the victory, Ebarb improved to 18-9 overall, 2-0 in district heading into a matchup Tuesday against Pleasant Hill.

Simpson, on the other hand, fell to 23-5 on the season, 1-1 in league play as it prepares to meet up with Evans on Tuesday.

The Rebels jumped out to an 8-point lead at the end of the first period, 23-15, and managed to maintain the advantage at the halftime intermission, 38-32.

Simpson managed to cut the deficit to two points heading into the final eight minutes of play, 49-47.

However, Ebarb managed to hold on for the victory.

Faircloth paced the Rebels with 21 points, while Barnes finished with 11 points.

Austin Williams led the Broncos in the loss with 20 points, while Tanner Yates pitched in 15 points.

Fairview Panthers...57

Pitkin Tigers.......56

PITKIN — The Fairview Panthers rallied from a 12-point halftime deficit to pick up a huge District 4-B win on Friday, knocking off the Pitkin Tigers in overtime, 57-56.

With the win, the Panthers improved to 18-16 on the season, 2-3 in district, while Pitkin fell to 15-17 overall, 1-4 in league play.

The Tigers jumped out to an 11-7 lead at the end of the first eight minutes of play and used a 17-9 surge in the second quarter to open up a 28-16 advantage at the halftime intermission.

The Panthers came out of the locker room on a mission and used a 15-8 run to cut the deficit to five points going into the fourth.

Fairview managed to knot things up at 48-48 to force overtime, where the Panthers outscored the Tigers, 9-8, to earn the win.

Kameron Williams led the way for the Panthers as he scored 20 points, while Dalt Reeves added 18 points in the win.

Garrett Edwards paced the Tigers with 22 points in the loss, while Colten Bailey added 11 points and 11 rebounds for Pitkin.

Gavin Schoener finished with 10 points for the Tigers.