Pittman, Rogers Spark Capital to State Tourney

By Williams, D. J. | The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV), March 8, 2017 | Go to article overview

Pittman, Rogers Spark Capital to State Tourney


Williams, D. J., The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV)


By D.J. Williams For the Gazette-Mail

Capital junior Anthony Pittman's last post on Instagram was a picture of himself and teammate Leondre' Rogers labeled "Dynamic duo. On Tuesday, those two were just that. Pittman scored a game-high 24 points and had five rebounds while Rogers filled up the stat sheet with 19 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds as top-ranked Capital defeated a pesky Greenbrier East squad 85-63 in a Class AAA Region 3 co-final game to advance to next week's state tournament at the Charleston Civic Center.

"If one of us isn't going, then the other one is going, Rogers said. "But tonight we both were keyed in and got the job done. We executed well as a team.

"With this team, if there is ever a game when we both aren't able to get our game going, then there are other people who can step up and contribute, Pittman added. "That's one of the great things about this team.

Some of those other contributions came in the form of 15 points and five rebounds from senior center Anthony Dean, 11 points including three 3-pointers from Tevin Pinkett and eight points from Kerry Martin Jr.

"Leondre' brings it every night and Pittman is so special with his talents, said Capital coach Matt Greene. "Everyone else does a great job. Tevin and Jabbar [Thompson] come in and hit shots, Dorian [Etheridge] and Anthony [Dean] getting rebounds and playing defense, C.J. [Wilder] and K.J. [Figures] locking up on the perimeter. Don't forget Kerry Martin. He's so versatile and so underrated. It's a team effort.

While ecstatic his team was able to cut down the nets, Greene noted the celebration will be short-lived as his team has bigger goals. …

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