The teams played a playoff-like game last Friday with plenty on the line as Poly rallied on the road for a 65-61 win. It assured the Engineers a spot in the title game and was the Poets’ first loss of the season. Lewis took over the game with a dominant second half — scoring 25 of his career-high 36 points after the break with West spending much of the time on bench in foul trouble. That will be a key matchup in Saturday’s title game with both players able to take over a game inside. Mims and Phillip are both enjoying fine senior seasons and have been the leaders of their respective teams. Both have taken team-first approaches and can do big and little things to bring home wins. Strong supporting casts should also help make for a tightly contested game and which team can get significant contributions from others could prove the difference. The Engineers also feature sophomore point guard Rahim Ali, senior Cleveland Horton and junior forward Armani Walker. The Poets have often jumped out front in games with their perimeter shooting, led by senior guards Malik McCormick and Zephaniah Esguerra. McCormick led the Poets with 20 points in the teams’ regular-season meeting.