Big things have small beginnings.
Holding a one-point lead starting the third quarter, Sutton got on 9-0 run helped by five straight empty possessions by Fairbury.
As result the Mustangs bumped their lead to double digits enroute to a 42-30 win last Thursday against the Jeffs on their home court.
The game was tale of two halves for both squads.
Fairbury began the game with a productive start building a 9-5 lead paced by the scoring of five players.
In the second quarter, the Jeffs shot out to their largest lead of the game at 14-5 capped off by a two-point hoop by Cody Huss.
With under :25 seconds in the first half, Sutton pieced together two straight plays including two free throws from Garrett Clark, and a two-point basket by Nicholas Hohensee to open a 17-14 cushion.
A last-second layup by Brett Wanamaker drew Fairbury within a point, 17-16 at half.