J-T Lewis returned from a one-game suspension to lead Morgantown to a 43-to-37 win over cold-shooting Capital today in the boys Class Triple-A quarterfinals today at the Charleston Civic Center.
Lewis missed the Mohigans' regional win over Wheeling Park due
to an undisclosed violation of team rules. He finished with 21
points and eleven rebounds against Capital.
Lewis' layup gave Morgantown a one-point halftime lead and his
three-pointer just before the third-quarter buzzer put the Mohigans
ahead for good, 28-to-26.
Morgantown clinched the win by going 10-of-14 from the free
throw line over the final minute-and-a-half.
Malik Witten led third-seeded Capital with 13 points and 12
Both teams finished with their lowest point totals of the
season. Capital shot just 21 percent from the field.
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