For the Dots (2-1), freshman Elijah Cuffee scored 16 points and Chandler 11. Cuffee also grabbed 11 rebounds.
In the second half, Poca had a lot of empty possessions, turning the ball over seven times and missing half its 12 free throws.
Poca's Osborne was not immediately available for comment afterward, owing to the lateness of the game.
In the preceding game, Scott led the entire way, boosting its margin as high as 17 points midway through the third quarter at 44-27.
The closest the Polar Bears got was 63-59 when reserve Micheal Holloway knocked down his third 3-pointer with 34 seconds left. However, Brandon Lafauci hit 1 of 2 at the line for the Skyhawks and Eric May netted two more after a Fairmont Senior miss.
Scott connected on 8 of 10 free throws in the final 1:42 when the Polar Bears had to start fouling.
"They started extending that pressure,'' said Scott coach Nick Cabell, "and they're a little bit quicker than we are. We had trouble getting the ball across halfcourt. We were throwing it all over the place. We didn't have guys coming to help. And it seemed like they were making everything they threw up in the second half.
"We've got to get better at that pressure if we want to get where we want to be — at the state tournament, in the state championship. We've got to be able to handle that ball pressure because that's what you're going to see all the way through. We've got to have our guys bring that kind of intensity to practice to simulate that.''
Logan Webb also turned in a double-double for Scott (11 points, 10 rebounds).
For Fairmont Senior, Darhius Nunn dropped in 22 points, including six 3s. Holloway came off the bench to score 11, matching teammate Joseph Leon.
The Polar Bears had 17 turnovers and Scott 16.
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