Using a balanced offensive attack and a huge rebounding edge, especially in the final few minutes of the game, Key School went on the road, Tuesday, and picked up a non-conference basketball victory, 52-43, over Sandy Spring Friends.

Sophomore Brian Kelley, who hit a three-pointer at the first half buzzer from near midcourt, led the way for the Obezags with 15 points, while freshman Kevin Webster and sophomore Jake Krens added 12 points apiece.

Key will play host Cristo Rey on Friday in the MIAA C Conference opener for both schools.