Indian Land's boys basketball team is scoring points at a pretty amazing clip this season and Tuesday's 137-71 win over Central was the best yet.
The Warriors opened their Region 4-AA schedule at home on Tuesday with a record-setting night. The 137 points was the most in school history and Terrell Rogers poured in 56 points, another record-breaker.
"It wasn't something I was trying to do or run up the score," Indian Land coach Nate Smith said. "I have a four guard lineup. Central went man-to-man against us and played to our strength."
Rogers, a junior guard, is averaging 29.2 points a game. On Tuesday he had 18 field goals including three 3-pointers. He also made 17-of-19 free throws.
"Rogers is one of the best guards in our area," Smith said. "He knows how to get to the free throw line."
Rogers had 42 two weeks ago against Chesterfield.
Indian Land scored 100 points against Lewisville last year. This year they are scoring 65 points a game.
Indian Land is 6-6 overall and 1-0 in region play. The Warriors are at home Friday against Lee Central (7-1, 1-0). Indian Land plays at Andrew Jackson on Saturday.