The senior made sure to make it four trips in a row.
Pewitt assisted on teammate Ke-Ke Kellum's tying goal in the Bulldogs 3-2 quarterfinal win over Bishop DuBourg before scoring the winning goal with just 4 minutes, 39 seconds left in the game.
"I couldn't describe it," Pewitt said of his emotions after scoring the go-ahead goal. "It was just amazing. I was speechless."
Joe Froemsdorf, who assisted on the goal, spotted Pewitt in the middle of the field.
"Then he split off wide," Froemsdorf said. "I created a little space and I hit the gap, and he was lucky enough to finish it. It was a nice finish. He's so fast, he gets so many opportunities a game. He finishes a lot of them."
According to Pewitt, it was Froemsdorf who did the hard work.
"Joe made it really easy for me," Pewitt said. "All I had to do was tap it in. I didn't really think about it. I just wanted it more than the keeper did. I just wanted to put it in real bad."