BELL CITY -- The Bell City Cubs were lights out once again on Tuesday night, hitting 15 three-pointers in a 105-53 win over Woodland.
Eric Henry led the way with 34 points, scoring 25 in the first half.
"Eric is going to surpass 2,000 career points this year," said Bell City head coach David Heeb. "I've seen him score a lot of points, but I don't know if I've ever seen him shoot the ball as well as he did tonight. He takes a lot of shots every day, and it's a testimony to what it can do for you as a player."
The Cubs had four players finish in double figures. Behind Henry, Dominitrix Johnson scored 27, A.J. Henry had 13 and Kenyon Wright contributed 11.
Bell City jumped out to a 37-9 lead in the first quarter and never looked back, outscoring the Cardinals 26-18 in the second frame, 24-12 in the third, then 18-14 in the fourth. For Woodland, Travis Benfield led the way with 13 points. Cody McCraw and Anthony Grojean each scored 10.
Bell City (13-2) will travel to Bloomfield on Friday.
"I think that Woodland and Bloomfield both are good teams," said Heeb. "I don't think the final score in any way shows what kind of ballclub Woodland has got. They've got three or four real good players over there. We just came out and played a good game. We're capable of doing that to a good team."