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Coming off back-to-back losses, Jamestown rebounded in a big way with a 79-43 road win against Warhill on Saturday.
Spurring on the Eagles was Evan Wang, who scored 12 of his team-high 16 points in the first quarter. His brother, Mason Wang, also added a pair of 3-pointers in the first quarter to help Jamestown take a 28-18 lead over Warhill in the first quarter.
Jamestown continued growing its lead in the second quarter, outscoring Warhill by 10 points to take a commanding 46-26 halftime lead.
Warhill struggled to keep pace with Jamestown in the second half as the Eagles continued flexing their offensive muscles.
The Eagles put up 33 second-half points, which proved more than enough to hold off the Lions, who scored 17 second-half points during the rout.
Jamestown (15-3) will play a tough game on the road Tuesday against Grafton, while Warhill (5-13) will try to rebound on the road against Tabb on Tuesday.
Jamestown: 28 18 19 14 — 79
Warhill: 18 8 7 10 — 43
Jamestown: Jones 5, M. Wang 8, Devine 8, Brown 4, Jones 2, E. Wang 16, Schmidt 9, Lansford 5, Fields 6, Swain 8, Klyman 8
Warhill: Ashby 3, Brooks 8, Troy-Wilson 2, Lewis 5, Stovall 6, Belle 2, Davis 11, Rosario 1, Anzola 5
3-point goals: Jamestown 7 (M. Wang 2, Devine 2, E. Wang 2, Lansford), Warhill 2 (Ashby, Davis)