(Box score to be uploaded soon)
Titans have two 70 point halves in a 143-93 blowout at Multnomah JV. The 143 points is a new school record.
How it happened: The Titans offense was on fire from the start, scoring 71 points and shooting 65.9 percent from the field and 61.9 percent from three on 13-21 shooting. Defensively they gave up 40 points on 45.7 percent shooting and defended the three well, conceding only two makes.
The 2nd half was even better. The Titans shot 75 percent on 24-32 shooting; they made 8-13 threes. Their defense was not as good, they gave up 53 points on 46.2 percent shooting. One of the areas that cost the Titans was the three point line; they gave up 10 threes and also allowed seven free throws.
What/who stood out: The Titans made 21 threes on 61.8 percent shooting. The Titans won the glass, 41-24; they also had 35 assists on 51 made field goals. The Titans were led by eight players scoring in double-digits. The 100 point performance was the fifth in as many games this season.
Will Graves and Tarik Cool had 21 points each; Tashon Brown had his first career double-double with 14 points and 10 assists. Lucas Wilson in his third game back from injury had 16 points and eight rebounds in 22 minutes, all season highs. Rodney Hounshell went 6-9 from the field for 15 points, improving upon a season 66 percent shooting.
What it means: This was the final non-community college game the Titans play this season. So, all of the remaining games will be against same level opponents. The current team stats have the Titans on pace to break multiple team records offensively, including: assists, scoring, threes made, field goals made just to name a few.
What's next: The Titans host the Dale Bates Classic. It was a tournament, but now every team will be guaranteed three games. The Titans begin the event with Tacoma this Friday Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. at Titan Coliseum.