Community Christian School got back on track offensively with a 75-36 win Tuesday over Victory Baptist Academy at the Mineral Wells City Gym.
The Warriors (21-11, 4-2) had struggled as their shots were not falling in their past couple of games, and CCS started slowly with a 13-8 first quarter.
Things began to pick up for CCS in the next frame with an 18-5 run building a 31-13 lead by halftime.
After shooting 32 percent as a team Monday against Cornerstone, the Warriors turned to shoot 52 percent, and four players shot 50 percent or higher.
Jackson Horton set the basket on fire with 6-7 and 14 points. Horton’s 86-percent shooting led all players, while Luke Knowles shot 67 percent to get his 14 points.
Joshua Guzman made half of his shots and led all scorers with 19 points. The junior also pulled down four rebounds, handed out four assists, and led the Warriors in steals with five.
Ethan Hobson was the lone player to reach double-figure rebounding as he pulled down 10 boards, but the Warriors had every player on the roster contribute to the team’s 44 rebounds.
The Warriors have one game left on their slate before starting their playoff journey. CCS travels to Crowley to face Nazarene Christian Academy and then take on Memorial Christian Academy in Killeen at 7 p.m. Monday.
Memorial (12-4, 5-1) was the champion of TCAF District 5 D2 while CCS (21-11, 4-2) was the runner up in District 1. Memorial Christian Academy is located at 4001 Trimmier Road in Killeen.