Sean Coppick, Michael Manuel, and Cyle Rees all earned double-doubles in the game for the Tornadoes.
The Tornadoes (5-0, 3-0 TVC Hocking) continued to improve on their perfect season. Federal Hocking is now 4-2, 2-1 in the TVC Hocking.
Southern started off the game leading 10-2 and 22-7 in the first quarter of play. The Lancers could not recover from the early deficit, and the Tornadoes continued their dominance, winning 87-62 in the TVC Hocking contest.
At the end of the first quarter, Southern led by a score of 27-13. Sean Coppick led the Tornadoes with 11 points in the quarter.
Federal Hocking tried to stage a comeback in the second quarter of play, but was only able to shrink the Southern lead to 11 points by the end of the second quarter. Southern led by a score of 43-32 at the half.
The third quarter was evenly matched, with both teams putting 20 points on the board. Southern was able to expand their lead in the fourth quarter of play, outscoring the Lancers by 14 points in the quarter. Southern ended the contest winning by 25 points, 87-62.
Sean Coppick led the Tornadoes on the night with 28 points and 10 rebounds to earn his first double-double of the season. Michael Manuel had 19 points and 10 rebounds and Cyle Rees scored 13 points and added 17 assists in the contest.
Southern had eight of the ten players in the scoring column. Dustin Salser scored eight points, Zach Manuel added six points, Taylor Deem and Daniel Jenkins scored four points each, and Ethan Martin added three points.
Federal Hocking was led in scoring by Tyler Thompson with 17 points.
Southern out rebounded the Lacers 36-28 in the contest and won the turnover battle by six.
Federal Hocking was victorious in the JV contest by a score of 39-26. Federal Hocking was led by Jon Skidmore with 18 points and Southern was led by Daniel Jenkins with six points.
Southern won the freshman contest by a score of 40-35. Southern was led by Cody Wolfe with 10 pints and Federal Hocking was led by Corey Rey with 12 points.
Southern returns to the court on Dec. 30 as the travel to host Meigs County opponent Meigs.