West Potomac continued to roll through the Gunston District last night, easily beating Lee, 89-58, for its sixth consecutive league victory.

The Wolverines (16-1, 8-1) have lost only to Mount Vernon on Jan. 11. West Potomac beat Mount Vernon in a rematch on Tuesday.

Daniell Richardson led West Potomac wih 23 points and Avis Willis scored 17.

Damian Mosley and Charles Rock had 12 points each for Lee (1-15, 0-8).

West Potomac Coach Bill Engels thought his team was a little off at first, but was pleased with the end result.

"I thought we were flat coming off that big win against Mount Vernon," he said. "We got in foul trouble early."

Actually both teams had early foul trouble, with 32 fouls called in the first half. At the end there were 58 fouls in the game.

The fouls were a good reason why the Lancers kept up with West Potomac through the first quarter.

Wolverines starter Leon Blakeney got his third foul with 2:32 left in the first quarter and teammate Stacey Harris had his third midway through the second.

The Wolverines broke to a 9-2 lead to start the game, but Lee pulled to 11-9 with 3:01 left in the quarter when Rock made two free throws.

However, the Wolverines broke it open in the second quarter by outscoring Lee, 26-11. Up by 18-15 at the start of the quarter, West Potomac scored seven straight points on Matt Browne's three-point shot and inside baskets by Harris and Pat Kearney.

Lee "tried to slow it down," Engels said. "But we got on them."

The Wolverines extended their lead in the final 12 seconds of the half when Lee was called for four fouls; West Potomac took advantage, making five of seven free throws to go up by 46-26.

With its starters resting and relying mostly on its reserves, West Potomac cruised in the second half, and the closest Lee came was 18 points early in the third quarter.

"This gave an opportunity for the kids who play hard in practice to have a chance," Engels said.

"This proved they are capable of playing with anyone."