"The thing is, if somebody's not on with their shooting, we've got two, three other people who can just shoot lights out,'' said Jordan, who stands 23 points shy of 1,000 for his career. "If we can get everybody on, we're going to be tough to beat.''
Buffalo won the rebound battle 50-38, with Bradley Harris grabbing 12 missed shots, Aaron Lewis eight and Isaiah Robinson seven. Austin Moore came off the bench to tally 11 points, Good also had three steals and Robinson five assists.
The Bison shot 56 percent in the first half in earning a 45-21 lead before getting the backups beaucoup playing time in the second half.
"I told their coach in pregame that outside of Greenbrier East, they're the best team we've played,'' said first-year Fayetteville coach Todd Mann. "They're the best we've played in single-A by far. Their record is every indication of how good they are. We played them better this time than last time at that fast tempo. The difference is that they played much better this time.
"They've got a great chance to win the HIT again. The only thing that stands between them and Charleston [for the state tournament] is a couple private schools. They're probably the best single-A public school on our schedule. They pass well, they shoot well. They're everything you want your team to be.''
Fayetteville (1-11) suffered an 84-35 loss to the Bison on Dec. 18, also in Buffalo.
The Pirates, three years removed from a trip to the state tournament, received a double-double from Zach Semple (11 points, 13 rebounds) and 10 points from Jacob Alton.
Reach Rick Ryan at 304-348-5175 or rickr...@wvgazette.com.