SALISBURY, Md. - The WiHi Indians finished undefeated once again, 22-0 to be specific, with a 65-59 win over rival Bennett.
The Clippers, who lost their first home game of the year, led at half by five, but could not hang on down the stretch. Otis Russell finished with a game-high 30 for JMB, followed by Harold Morton with 12.
For The Tribe, Jaden Baker led the way with 16, followed by Devonta Dixon with 14 and Keyshawn Marshall with 13 off the bench,
WiHi captured their 28th city championship with the win, and will face Bayside North champ Easton on Tuesday at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center for the Bayside title.
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