Redskins senior guard Rasaan Harris chipped in six points, five assists and six boards and Miles finished with six points, four rebounds, three assists, three steals and one block.
"The last three years we haven't played well down here,'' said Princeton coach Ernie Gilliard. "We've been in sort of a funk. We've never had a good rhythm.
"The last two years they've beaten us with the exact same shot from the exact same spot with time running out. My hat's off to Coach Sutherland and his kids. They're a very scrappy team. Anytime you're able to go to Logan and beat Logan on their home floor, that tells people you're a pretty good basketball team.''
Sutherland said he feels his squad is just beginning to tap into its capabilities. Hurricane owns victories at Logan and Capital and now over Princeton.
"They've been together the whole three years I've been here,'' the Hurricane coach said. "They're jelling real good and know what each other's doing. They played in the summer and all fall. They're reading and reacting to each other and playing great.''
Meadows finished with a game-high 18 points but on 6 of 18 shooting with five assists, four rebounds and three steals. Princeton's Hunter Walters pitched in 13 points and seven boards and Aaron Ferguson donated 11 points and 10 rebounds.
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