Looking to avenge a conference road loss to Cristo Rey earlier in the week, Indian Creek got back on track in the MIAA C Conference, on Friday night, as it hosted Key School in Crownsville, and came away with a 58-36 victory.
Key ran out to an early 6-2 advantage, but the Eagles were able to turn to their defensive pressure to get their offense, converting several steals into easy buckets and a 14-8 advantage at the end the first quarter.
Indian Creek found its shooting touch in the second quarter as it built an 11 point halftime advantage, 33-22. In the second half, Indian Creek held Key to just four field goals and 14 total points, while steadily expanding its lead, with some solid contributions from its bench.
Both players in double figures for Creek came off the bench as sophomore Derron Morgan led the way with 16 points and senior Bijon Brydson contributed 10 points, eight rebounds and six assists. Senior Cyle Porter turned in his best game of the early season, nearly missing a triple double with seven points, 10 assists and seven steals.
Chas Winbrenner and Kevin Webster led the way for Key School with eight points each.