The senior point guard had four assists in the first four minutes of the game and never looked back before setting his name at the top with 15 assists. The previous record was 11.
Lewis also finished with six points (3 of 6 from the field) and four rebounds.
Of the first 11 points of the game, he had three assists and a bucket, dominating the game offensively and giving the Paul VI team filled with about 10 Division 1 players immense amounts of trouble on the defensive end.
He wasn't recorded with any steals, but he made several strips on attempted shots by opposing guards.
Lewis was named all-tournament after dishing out 26 assists and turning the ball over only five times in Oak Hill's three wins.
Robinson Shows Flashes
It was easy to see why so many are so high on the 2013 guard from Paul VI.
Stanford Robinson started off 2-of-7 (four points) in the first half before missing a 3-pointer to start the second half; however, a picked off Tyler Lewis pass with 11:39 left lead to a big-time jam and keyed a Robinson takeover.
Robinson finished with 16 points (after finishing the game by making five of his next eight shots), four rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block.
Robinson didn't have much help from his nationally-ranked team, but when he was in the open court and making plays, it was a thing of beauty.
He displayed elite athleticism, a solid handle, great body control at the rim and a strong will to compete. He also has a solid body that allows him to finish through contact.
A lot of players back down when getting overwhelmed by a team like Oak Hill, but Robinson put a show for a 10-minute stretch that left no doubt that he could be a high-major player.
Meeks, West Charlotte Win "Other" Title
Kennedy Meeks and West Charlotte win other bracket Meeks has been a guy that N.C. State has kept tabs on as the 6-foot-8, 275-pound big man has been tabbed as Scout.com's No. 2 center in the 2013 class.
Though, Meeks probably didn't play like the No. 2 center over the course of the tournament.
In the championship game he made some big rebounds to help lift his team to a 60-57 overtime win, but he didn't exactly thrill the coaches that were in attendance for a wide variety of schools over the tournament.
Meeks finished the championship game with 11 points (5-of-14 shooting, 1-of-3 from the line) and 12 rebounds.
Meeks didn't dominate on the block on the way you would like to see from a guy his size and has developed a habit of fading away on shots against defenders that are smaller than him.
He has a soft touch, but the shots weren't going down over the week.
He admitted that N.C. State hasn't had a ton of contact with him recently, but he says he would like to visit for a game.