Twelve different Raiders scored Tuesday night as Lomega remained undefeated early this basketball season.
Playing their second road game of the year, Lomega dominated from the tip in a 71-39 victory at Cimarron.
The Raiders didn’t give up a two-point fi eld goal in the game. Cimarron only scored from beyond the 3-point line and at the charity stripe.
Unfortunately for the Blazers, six of the 10 made 3-pointers came in the fourth quarter when the game had long been decided.
The Raiders, meanwhile, got a healthier balance of scoring. While they did bury eight 3-pointers, they also featured Noah Snowden inside.
Snowden scored a team-high 16 points, 10 of which came in the first half as Lomega built up a 34-7 lead.
Dilon Fisher added 13 points while Blake Snowden scored 12.
Those two combined for a trio of treys, two from Snowden.
The Raiders’ lead grew to 54-17 after three quarters.
Cimarron’s Blake Pettus got hot with six fourth-quarter 3-pointers. He scored 21 points, all on 3-pointers.
Lady Raiders bounce
back from loss
Lomega’s setback more than a week ago against Okarche proved quite temporary.
In their first game since the defeat, the Lady Raiders trounced Cimarron 88-49 on the road last Tuesday night.
After allowing Cimarron to stay in the game in the first half, the Lady Raiders put it away by outscoring their guests 40-14 in the final two quarters.
Three Lady Raiders scored in double fi gures, including Adysen Wilson’s game-high 30 points.
Wilson was held without a field goal in the loss to Okarche, but made eight 3-pointers at Cimarron.
Four of those came in the third quarter as Lomega’s halftime lead of 48-35 ballooned to 77-37.
The Lady Raiders allowed only two free throws in the frame.
Meanwhile, Darcy Roberts added to Wilson’s barrage with two treys of her own as Lomega outscored Cimarron 29-2 in the quarter.
Roberts finished with 15 points, including four treys overall.
Shelby Russell added 16 points, 13 of which came in the fi rst half.
The Lady Raiders (2-1) also got eight points from Hallie Barton.
Nine different Lomega players scored in the game.