Basey, who has spent most of her formative years being taught and conditioned at her uncle's basketball camps, struggled in this one.
She was just 1-of-9 from the floor, 0-of-2 from 3-point range, and although she had four assists, Basey also had four turnovers in 31 minutes.
Despite his team's shooting struggles - Martinsburg was 10-of-37 from the floor and 1-of-10 from the 3-point line - Hall was able to make light of the result.
"I'm going to blame the ball," Hall said jokingly. "When we dribbled it, it was flat. So, when you shot it, it didn't roll right. The Civic Center, they do that to you. Our balls back home are better inflated."
Conversely, the Mohigans had no player with more than 23 minutes, had nine play at least 12 and their leading scorer was Leah Taylor with 11.
Morgantown shot 52 times, making 17, and was just 3-of-12 from long range and 8-of-16 from the foul line.
"I don't feel like we played one of our best offensive games," said Henkins, whose Mohigans have won nine of their last 10 games. "We struggled shooting a little bit in close, outside, but defense kept us in the game. We were able to keep pressure on them."
Kiana Bullett, the niece of former Major League outfielder Scott Bullett, had 10 points to lead Martinsburg.
Essence Underwood led the Bulldogs with seven rebounds and Allison Thompson matched that total for the Mohigans.
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