BOONSBORO - It's hard to imagine that a game decided by 25 points was not as close as the score indicated.
But that was the case Tuesday night when Boonsboro hosted Catoctin in its regular-season home finale.
Boonsboro dominated the Cougars in the first half enough to allow the reserves to take over and keep them at bay after halftime, and the Warriors rolled to a 60-35 victory in the MVAL Antietam.
The Warriors (12-8, 9-4) hit 46 percent of their shots and held a 20-11 rebounding edge through the first 16 minutes as they rolled to a 36-10 halftime lead. Mike DeBarge scored 10 of his game-high 14 points and Adam Flook scored nine of his 11 before halftime.
"We hit the boards hard all around and we mixed up some of our defenses to confuse them," said Boonsboro coach Sam Connelly. "We moved the ball really well against their zone and we were getting some open looks. We worked a lot in practice on zones and we saw a lot of cuts, especially in the first quarter."