Andrew Dotson scored 15 of his game-high 18 points in the second half as Arlington Martin pulled away after halftime to claim a 59-38 victory at Fort Worth Paschal on Tuesday, and complete a season sweep of the Panthers.“I just had to get going, get in the flow of things,” Dotson said. “I missed a couple of easy ones in the first half, but in the second half I got into the paint more, so that helped.”Paschal (15-9, 5-5 District 3-5A) claimed an early lead, but Patrick Burke’s dunk late in the first quarter gave Martin (15-7, 9-1) its first advantage at 8-7. The Warriors took a 12-9 lead into the second quarter and stretched the lead to as many as six several times before leading 23-19 at halftime.A Dotson three-point play followed by a Nick Babb 3-point shot opened the second half for Martin and the Warriors were off and running.“We were just more consistent on the defensive end [in the second half],” Dotson added. “We pulled down more rebounds and they didn’t get as many second-chance opportunities.”Josh Swearingin’s layup late the third quarter gave the Warriors a 36-21 lead. Xavier Mayes’ 3-pointer for the Panthers ended Martin’s 13-2 run to open the half. Dotson scored the last four of the period for a 40-26 advantage.A Myles Garrett dunk followed by a Babb layup gave the Warriors a 48-28 lead in the fourth.Mayes led the Panthers with 12 points, followed by Chuck Amos’ six and five from Da’Mon Smith.Babb added 15 for Martin while Burke chipped in nine.