Capital will get a third look at the Black Eagles at 7 p.m. at the South Charleston Community Center on Wednesday. SC owns a pair of regular-season wins over Capital, a 69-62 win in South Charleston and a 74-51 victory at Capital.
Still Morris, a junior, has been around long enough to know that anything can happen come sectional time.
"Most definitely," Morris said of the Cougars' ability to pull an upset Wednesday. "We just need to get our heads right - just know who needs to do what and what they need to do, just play their role and be where they're supposed to be."
Austin Coleman chipped in 15 points for Capital while Brad Grose added 13. Point guard Jordan Kinney had seven assists to go with his eight points for Capital (10-14).
Kade Harrison drained four 3-pointers and scored a team-high 19 points for the Vikings and Casey Smith scored 12 points. Ripley finishes its season at 7-16.
"[Morris] made the difference in the game early," Ripley coach Craig Harmon said. "We couldn't contain him. He's too quick and he got a lot of looks and boards inside."
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