was hit hard on the nose on the game's fourth possession, nobody on the powerhouse Huntington Prep (Huntington, W. Va.)
boys basketball team blinked.
The Huntington Herald Dispatch reported that Wiggins was sidelined for precautionary reasons, but it mattered little because senior guard Xavier Rathan-Mayes
stepped up immediately and led the Express to a lopsided 121-50 rout of Teays Valley Christian. The win gave the Express, ranked No. 6 in MaxPreps Academy top 10, a 29-3 record.
Perhaps, because he was snubbed in selections for the McDonald's and Jordan Brand all-star games, Rathan-Mayes put on a clinic with a 55-point explosion, which included 23-of-35 shooting and eight 3-point baskets. The Florida State University recruit added seven rebounds and seven assists for good measure.
His big effort just missed the total of 57 points that the 6-foot-7 Wiggins put up earlier this year.