The Poly boys basketball team didn't mind working a little extra at Lake Clifton on Friday to make program history.
In grinding out a 75-66 win in two overtimes, the No. 3 Engineers improved to 8-0 in Baltimore City Division 1 play, clinching one of the two spots in the city championship game with four league games left to play.
Junior forward De'Vondre Perry finished with 32 points and 11 rebounds, De'shaun Mosley scored seven of his 13 points in the second overtime and the Engineers (14-3) sealed the victory by making nine of 10 free throws in the final minute of the second extra session.
"First one ever," said Poly coach Sam Brand, who added it was the...