Ravenswood and Williamstown got to know each other quite well last week.

On Tuesday, Ravenswood knocked off the Yellowjackets at home, 56-44, in what was just Williamstown’s second loss of the season.

The ‘Jackets, though, avenged the defeat on Saturday back on their home court with a thrilling double-overtime 58-54 decision against Mick Price’s crew.

Williamstown moved to 16-2 with the win while Ravenswood fell to 10-7.

The game started as if it wouldn’t be much of a contest with Williamstown jumping out to a 16-4 lead after eight minutes of play. Ravenswood got itself together in the second quarter scoring 14 and limiting Williamstown to just three.

Down 19-18 at the half, Ravenswood surged ahead in the third quarter by 32-29 count. But in the fourth quarter, Williamstown managed to get even as the game finished in a 39-39 deadlock.

The teams each scored six in the first OT before Williamstown outpointed the Devils in the next session, 13-9.

Williamstown made 12-of-13 free throws in the two OTs.

Jayden Rhodes led Ravenswood in scoring with 17 points, going 6-for-6 from the floor with five 3-pointers. He also had two steals in the game.

Riley Heatherington had 14 points and nine rebounds while Isaiah Morgan also hit for double figures with 10 knocking down a pair of 3s.

Hayden Mandrake scored five while Stephen Dawson and Logan Jarrett each scored four. Dawson also had seven rebounds and three assists.

Brad Alsop led three players in double figures for Williamstown with 16. Josh Folwell had 14 and Landon Travis scored 11.

Ravenswood won the junior varsity tilt, 41-26. Carson Fox led the way with 14 while Chase Swain and J.T. Ball each scored eight. Alex Easthom hit for seven and Zach Burgess scored four.

The night before at Tyler, Ravenswood blitzed the Knights by a final of 80-40.

Logan Jarrett scored 16 and Hayden Mandrake exploded for 15, with four 3-pointers.

Riley Heatherington and Isaiah Morgan each scored in double figures with 12 and 10, respectively.

Stephen Dawson and Lakin Tucker each scored eight in the win while Jayden Rhodes finished with six and Blake Bennett five.

Ravenswood scored 21 in the first quarter, exploded for 30 in the second and then finished the night with 14 and 15 in the third and fourth.