The Rusheon Rams and the Greenacres Mustangs are the 2013 Bossier Parish middle school boys basketball district champions.
The Rams defeated Elm Grove 41-25 to finish 9-1 in the seventh-grade district.
Cope, which defeated Greenacres 38-32, finished second at 8-2. Benton, a 38-29 winner over Haughton, finished third at 7-3.
The Mustangs defeated Cope 52-45 in an epic triple-overtime thriller to finish 9-1 in the eighth-grade district.
Rusheon, which defeated Elm Grove 53-21, finished second at 8-2. Cope was third at 6-4.
In another eighth-grade season finale, Haughton edged Benton 50-47.
At Cope, Quillon Dixon scored 13 points and Trenton Ivy had 11 to lead the Cougars seventh-grade team.
David Maxey led Greenacres with 14 points, and Kendall Brown added nine.
In the eighth-grade game, Cope led 22-14 at the half and 29-22 going into the fourth quarter.
But Greenacres rallied and the game went into overtime tied at 36. The first OT ended tied at 41. Both teams managed just two points in the second overtime.
Noah Hildebrand led the Mustangs with 24 points and hit some clutch free throws in the final overtime.
Josh James added nine points, Chris Davenport eight and Anthony Durgin six.
Coach Justin James said Ryan Lawhorne played well in the overtime periods subbing for James, who fouled out.
He also said Trayvo Jamison had a couple of key rebounds in the third OT.
At Rusheon, Isaiah Wallace and Keyshawn Jones scored eight points each to lead the Rams seventh-grade team.
Keldrick Carper topped the Rusheon eighth-graders with 12 points, and Keimun Daniels added seven.
Randy Combs, Jamakia Terry, Tony Nixon and Kevin Bonapart scored six apiece.
At Haughton, TJ Anderson paced the Benton seventh-grade team with 10 points. Doyle Adams added nine.
Garrett Hable and Brooks Cram combined for eight.
Mario Cook led Haughton with 14 points, and Nick Heckman had eight.
Charles Harper poured in 18 points to lead the Haughton eighth-grade team. Timmy Black added eight. Mason Cordell and Josh Lister both had seven.
Jerriyun Lawrence paced Benton with 17 points, and Jessie Little had 10.
Jon Cromer and Jason Bellew combined for 12.