The Warren Central Dragons overcame a slow start, blitzing visiting Daviess County 77-42 on Thursday at Warren Central High School.
On a night when Warren Central honored its six seniors and renamed the floor in honor of former coach Tim Riley, the Dragons shot 45.2 percent - including 11 for 26 from 3-point range.
Warren Central (23-6) started 2 for 13 from the field and trailed 10-7 after one period before getting on track.
WCHS took its first lead on a four-point play from Nay Walker that made the score 14-12 midway through the second quarter.
It was the first of three 3's in the second quarter by Walker, helping the Dragons build a 34-23 advantage.
Warren Central opened the third quarter with a 13-4 run to push the lead to 47-27.
The Dragons continued to pull away, using a 9-0 spurt to extend the advantage to 58-31 late in the third period. The lead grew to as high as 39 points in the fourth quarter.
Walker led the Dragons with 16 points, hitting five 3's.
Byron Carver and Trevent Green added 10 points each.