Social Circle continued to shoot the ball well in the second period as it scored 12 unanswered points and outscored its opponent 17-6.
The Redskins went into the locker room at halftime leading 36-12.
Social Circle went on another shooting rampage in the third quarter as it scored the first 11 points of the second half. Gaither scored seven of those points, including a 3-pointer. Social Circle scored a total of 19 points in the third and ended the period with a 55-20 lead.
In the final frame the mercy rule took effect and the game clock stopped only for free throw attempts.
Social Circle, playing mostly backups, only scored one more point before the game ended, but Tallualh Falls only managed to score three.
“I'm proud of my guys tonight, but I still expect more," said Redskins coach Pat Meadows. "I expect them to take the game seriously and play hard every night. It's kind of tough when you play a team that's not that good, but we need to learn to play hard every game if we're going to be where I want us to be come region time.
“I think as a coach, personally, when you’re dealing with young men; you have to stay on them. You can't back off too much because if you do, they'll go out there and make mistakes that they shouldn't make.”
Much like the boys, the Lady Redskins' game was nothing short of a blowout.
The girls from Social Circle dominated every aspect of the game from start to finish. The Lady Redskins probably could have scored more points, but coach Mapp Ivey knew it was a good opportunity to play his backups.
“It was a pretty good game,” he said. “We played well. Everybody got to play.
“They [Tallulah Falls] were a young team and we kind of took advantage of that.”
Ivey added his team had improved a lot since losing against Monroe Area the week before.
“We worked hard this week in practice on different things,” he said. “We were able to bring it into the game tonight and execute it."
Despite the blowout, Ivey knew his team wasn't perfect.
“We still need to work on free throws,” he said.