Lewis structure for magnesium diboride

What is the Lewis structure for $\ce{MgB2}$? I just read that it is a superconducting material (up to a relatively high critical temperature, 39 K) and am wondering if this has to do with its electronic structure.

In $\ce{MgB2}$, $\ce{Mg}$ has 2 valence electrons and each $\ce{B}$ has 3 for a total of 8. I know that $\ce{B}$ is "satisfied" with 6 valence electrons, but I don't see how to get 8 around $\ce{Mg}$ with 6 on each $\ce{B}$.

The referenced picture is given here and consists of green balls (magnesium) plus pink balls (boron), the latter covalently linked with each other. If we model the magnesium as $$2+$$ ions (yes, the electronegativity difference is only 0.8, but de la Mora at al. indicates that the magnesium-boron bonding is predominantly ionic), then each boron atom has one negative charge and so becomes isoelectronic with carbon. Then each of the hexagonal, covalently bonded boron layers is isoelectronic and isostructural with a graphite layer.