Lyles, Tech strengthen hold on IPSAC lead

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INDIANAPOLIS – The number one ranking in Class 4A isn’t in the cards for the moment for Tech, but the top spot in the IPSAC is still within reach the next few weeks.

Jason Delaney’s team showed off their strength in the conference on Friday night with a dominating 60-34 win over Broad Ripple at home. It improves their league record to 5-0 as they stay all alone in first place in the IPSAC.

Trey Lyles helped contribute to the victory with 20 points and made sure that Broad Ripple played from behind the entire night. The forward had a number of buckets in the first half to get the Titans ahead of the Rockets by double digits in the first quarter.

That lead went to 14 just before halftime when Lyles converted an ally oop for a lay-up and then C.J. Walker sprinted down the court in four seconds for the hoop to give Tech a 32-14 lead at the break.

The Titans continued to be strong on the defensive end in the third allowing the Rockets just seven points as they pushed the lead out to 21. Tech closed out the contest by outscoring Broad Ripple 18-13 in the third to pick up a 24-point victory.

Tech improves to 19-3 on the season and holds onto the No. 7 ranking in the Class 4A poll.

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