Though Purvis scored a game-high 25 points, Webster-Chan led Huntington prep with a solid, all-round effort – 17 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists.
"He almost had a triple-double," Huntington Prep coach Rob Fulford said. ‘He's smooth. He scored a little bit from everywhere – offensive rebounds, transition, three's."
Webster-Chan missed several games last month with a shoulder injury. While it's taken him awhile to get back into the swing of things, the 6-foot-6 guard/forward seems poised for a strong finish to his junior season.
"He's almost back to full strength and he's getting a little more confidence with it [shoulder]," Fulford said. "After he came back he was a little timid going to the basket and being aggressive.
"Now, he's attacking and he's had a couple good games in a row, not just point-wise, he's a stat-filler. He does it different ways, rebounds, points, steals, assists. He's just an all-around good player. We use him a lot of different ways. We use him in pick and roll and on the dribble-drive."
Though Huntington slowed Purvis while building a 26-point halftime lead, Fulford came away impressed with the 6-foot-3 point guard.
"He's obviously big-time," Fulford said.
Fulford also said that Webster-Chan will visit Louisville this weekend for the Cardinals game against nationally-ranked Pittsburgh. Shabazz Muhammad and Winston Shepard are also expected to visit Louisville.