Cameron Gregg had a team-high 15 points, followed by Riley Mosier with eight points and Zach Coots with seven. Robbie Henry (six), Ethan Wofford (five), Jaxon Albright (three), Deandre Rowe (two), Zion Martin (two), Jacob King (two) and James Beddington (two) rounded out the scoring for the Warriors.
Friday’s finale saw the Colts bolt out to a 15-4 advantage after the first eight minutes and never trail in a 47-31 victory over the Warriors.
Coots had seven points and Ryker Nicely added six points in the loss for LFO. Ware and Carson Mccam- mon had five points apiece.
LFO rebounded from the home loss by using a big second-half to win 63-48 over Murray County in Chatsworth on Saturday.
The Indians held a narrow 24-23 lead at halftime, but the Warriors would drop 20 points in both the third and fourth quarters to pull away.
King went 11-for-14 at the free throw line and finished with 17 points. He also finished with double digits in rebounds. Ware had 14 points and collected six steals. Gregg had nine points, while Coots added seven. The LFO coaches also praised Coots and Nicely for their defense in the paint.
LFO moved to 3-3 overall and 2-1 in Region 6-AAA play.