PET's James Suber, a 6-6 senior, likely will be matched against Aflakpui. That leaves someone else, probably 6-4 guard Anthony Harris at the start, to defend Jones.
Last year in a District 12 third-place playoff, the Chargers nipped Carroll, 48-46, at Ryan. That gives Lewis and company hope of again slaying the giant.
Pick: Carroll, with senior guard Austin Tilghman as the spark, prevails, 59-45.
Here is a look at the weekend's other boys' basketball quarterfinals.
Neumann-Goretti (24-4) vs. Allentown Central Catholic (29-0), 7:30 p.m. at Souderton. ACC is powered by 6-4 senior guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman. The 2,000-point scorer, who is drawing interest from Temple and others, averages 23.3 points.
Pick: N-G, 68-65.
Math, Civics and Sciences (13-14) vs. Church Farm (25-4), 6 p.m. at Ryan. Church Farm has solid guards, including Aondofa Anyam and Tyler Ofray. Can the Griffins find a way to defend 6-9 Mike Watkins and 6-6 Terquin Mott in the paint?
Pick: MC&S, 67-54.
West Chester Rustin (19-10) vs. Chester (24-5), 1 p.m. at Coatesville. In a District 1 semifinal last month, Chester, spurred by Mahir Johnson and Tyrell Sturdivant, eased to a 72-56 win.
Pick: Chester, 68-53.
Lower Merion (23-7) vs. La Salle (21-6), 1 p.m. at Colonial Elementary, Plymouth Meeting. After surprising Roman Catholic, the Aces, who have excelled at spreading the floor and finding the open man, clash with Dave Krmpotich and the Explorers.
Pick: Lower Merion, 48-42.
Abington (24-5) vs. Martin Luther King (25-5), 3:30 p.m. at Colonial Elementary. Sean Colson's King squad, which easily handled Pennsbury, has become a dark-horse candidate to claim state gold.
Pick: King, 62-54.
Constitution (25-5) vs. Holy Cross (22-6), 1 p.m. at William Allen in Allentown. The Generals have too many weapons for Connor Callejas (18.9 ppg.) and the Crusaders.
Pick: Constitution, 69-51.
Del-Val Charter (19-7) vs. Elmer L. Meyers (21-7), 2:30 p.m. at William Allen. DaShon Giddings and the Warriors continue their late-season run with a taut win over the Mohawks.
Pick: Del-Val, 52-51.