FREMONT - Fremont St. Joseph Central Catholic coach Jonathan Will was wary of what Lakota could do against his Crimson Streaks.
SJCC took away any of those concerns early and cruised to a 74-28 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division victory at home.
"I'm beyond proud of how the boys responded after a sub-par performance last Saturday against Vanlue," Will said. "I thought our kids executed the game plan to perfection tonight and our defense created our offense."
The Crimson Streaks raced to a 26-8 lead in the first quarter as five different players recorded points in the quarter for SJCC.
In total, nine different players scored for SJCC in the game.
"We had balance up and down the score column," said Will. "That shows the team we are capable of being."
Spencer Harrison scored nine of his 15 points in the opening quarter Zach Wonderly added seven points in the period.
"This may have been the best performance I have seen from one of my teams over all these years," said Will. "We kept moving the basketball forcing them into tough close outs, and we really shot the ball well tonight."
Lakota (1-6, 0-3 SBC River) had 13 points from Tyler Wehrle despite not scoring more than nine points in any quarter.
Wonderly finished with 14 for the Crimson Streaks, Chris Morrisette 13, and Chase Harrison 12.
"I could not be happier for these boys," Will said. "This was a challenging week of practice for us. We really coached our practices in a demanding way this week and they came out tonight and played the way that we are capable of playing."
SJCC (4-3, 3-1 SBC River) will play on the road next Friday at Hardin-Northern.
The Raiders will travel to Old Fort next Thursday.