When Chris Hall got the first points of overtime, he got energized.
As it turned out, that little boost from those two free throws kicked his game into gear at just the right time.
The Lakeside senior thrilled the home crowd in the Panthers' home-opener Friday night, scoring the first 11 points of overtime in a 55-44 win over Grovetown.
"I tried to bring my team back," said Hall, who had a game-high 28 points. "I just kept my rhythm going. It just came to me.
"(My teammates) were looking for me, and it all came through."