CLINTON, S.C. -- Francois Lewis had 29 points, including three straight free throws in the final second of overtime as Presbyterian extended its home winning streak to eight games, edging past Gardner-Webb 103-101 on Saturday.
Davon Bell added 21 points for the Blue Hose. Bell also had eight assists for the Blue Hose.
Presbyterian scored at least 100 points for the fourth time this season (4-0), while Gardner-Webb reached the 100-point mark for the fourth game (3-1).
Presbyterian takes on Winthrop on the road on Wednesday. Gardner-Webb plays Charleston Southern at home on Wednesday.
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