DOLA - Fremont St. Joseph Central Catholic played a road game at Hardin-Northern on Friday, but Spencer Harrison acted like he owned the court.
Harrison scored 24 points for the Crimson Streaks and nine other players got into the scoring column as SJCC won 77-45.
"It was a nice victory tonight," Jonathan Will said, coach of the Crimson Streaks. "We were able to get everyone into the game and come out of it healthy."
Harrison dropped in 12 of his points in the first quarter and Zach Wonderly chipped in with five first quarter points as the Crimson Streaks led 19-11 after one quarter.
Nick Adams scored seven of his team-high 15 points for the Polar Bears (0-9 overall).
In the second quarter, Chris Morrisette paced SJCC in scoring with nine of his 13 points, and Logan Black and Chase Harrison each added three points.
SJCC pushed its lead to 45-17 at the half.
The game in hand in the fourth, Tad Foster rattled the rim and brought the crowd to a frenzy with two-handed jam with 6:50 left in the game.
Foster finished with 12 points, eight which came in the second half.
Hardin-Northern will host Mechanicsburg on Saturday.
SJCC (5-3 overall) will play at Monroeville on Saturday.