Craig Harris/Macon County Times Red Boiling Springs junior center Dalton Marsh provided 26 points and 16 assists in Saturday evening's 68-35 victory at Westmoreland.

Craig Harris/Macon County Times

Red Boiling Springs junior center Dalton Marsh provided 26 points and 16 assists in Saturday evening's 68-35 victory at Westmoreland.

WESTMORELAND -- The Red Boiling Springs High boys basketball team erupted for 44 points during the first half of Saturday evening's 68-35 win at Westmoreland.

Bulldog junior center Dalton Marsh scored 20 of his game-high 26 points in the first half, and Marsh also finished with 16 rebounds.

Marsh's production helped RBS build a 12-point lead after one period of play and a 25-point margin by halftime.

Marsh's classmate, Matthew Murphy, scored 8 of his 10 points in the third quarter as the margin swelled to 60-31 by the end of the third quarter.

Bulldog senior point guard Hunter Kirk scored 9 of his 12 points in the second stanza, and Kirk also dished out 9 assists.

RBS sophomore Omarion Williams also reached double figures, scoring 10 points.

The remaining scoring for the Bulldogs includes: Mason Hix 3 points, James Sampson 3, Dylan Gross 2, Cody Mea 1 and Braxton Sampson 1.

Eagle junior Kirby Bickerton scored a team-high 10 points.

• The visiting Bulldogs were never threatened in Friday evening's 64-30 victory over the Western Kentucky Trailblazers.

The two teams played on Nov. 13 in a Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association (TSSAA) Hall of Champions game, with RBS rolling to an 88-57 win.

In the rematch, Red Boiling Springs led 22-10 after one period of play and 45-15 by halftime.

Marsh scored 16 of his game-high 22 points in the first half and also finished with 9 rebounds, and Murphy produced 10 of his 14 points in the first half.

Hix also reached double figures, scoring 10 points.

The rest of the scoring is as follows: Williams 6 points, Dalton Thompson 5, Gross 3, Kirk 2 and Kendall Thompson 2.

Ben Kirkpatrick and Brent McAlister led the Trailblazers offensively with 10 points each.