Drummond had no answer for Joriaun Caldwell and that helped Dover get over .500 on the season.
The Longhorns delivered a 54-40 victory over the Bulldogs in their home opener.
Caldwell scored 34 points, including 11 in the fourth quarter as the Longhorns quelled any thoughts of a Drummond comeback.
The lead was built early as Caldwell scored nine and Kasen Harviston five in the first quarter to boost the Longhorns to a 16-9 edge.
They led by 11 at halftime, but Drummond cut it back to single digits entering the fourth.
Five differentLonghorns scored in that final frame as they outscored Drummond 18-12 to pull away.
Harviston finished his night with seven points as Dover improved to 2-1.
The games served as both homecoming and senior night for Dover.
Harviston was named homecoming king prior to the games while Madi Moeller was crowned the queen.
Moeller scored five points in the first quarter as the Lady Longhorns kept pace with Drummond early in the girls game.
However, they couldn’t keep the pace in an eventual 56-25 defeat.
The loss dropped Dover to 0-3.
The Lady Longhorns trailed by four going into the second quarter, but Drummond’s 21-2 run put the game out of reach.
Karlee Harviston led the Lady Longhorns with 12 points.
Moeller ended her night with five.
Drummond got 12 points each from Kirya Mack and Emma Spring.
Dover’s games with Taloga last Tuesday night were postponed.