SALISBURY, Md - The offense of one of the best scoring teams in the Bayside conference refused to be held down in the second half as they did the first. The WiHi Indians (7-0) scored 33 points in the fourth quarter and came from as many as 11 down in the second half to defeat rival Parkside (3-3) on Wednesday night.
The Indians we're held to 34 points at the half, and would trail 57-52 headed into the fourth quarter. The Tribe used a big 3-pointer from junior guard Keyshawn Marshall (18 points) and another from senior guard Lequan Pettit (28 points) to take their first lead of the second half at 77-76 with 1:46 left in the game.
Sophomore guard Jaden Baker (25 points) would miss a floater at the buzzer, sending both teams into overtime tied at 85. In the OT, WiHi senior guard Devonta Dixon (10 points, 12 rebounds) got a key and-one to seal the game.
WiHi and Parkside will now head into this year's Governor's Challenge.
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