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Collin Lewis shoots a free throw

Collin Lewis shoots a free throw. [FTCC photo by Brad Losh]

JAMESTOWN, N.C. — Fayetteville Tech men’s basketball notched its second straight win Wednesday with a 96-80 road victory at Guilford Tech.

The Trojans (3-1) were powered by a career performance from sophomore JeKael Gay, who scored 29 points and pulled down seven rebounds. This is Gay’s second standout night of the week after pouring in 26 points in the Trojans’ Monday night win over Central Carolina.

FTCC trailed by a basket at halftime, within range of the Titans at 36-34.

The Trojan offense sparked in the second half. Gay scored 16 of his points and guard Collin Lewis hit a flurry of baskets for 11 points. Lewis finished the night with 18.

Guards Tyriek McCallum and Chance Minott each scored 12.

The Trojans return home for a game against Region 10 opponent Catawba Valley CC on Saturday. Tip-off is at 3 p.m.