The North Tahoe boys basketball team steamrolled visiting Coleville, 70-25, on Thursday.
Junior guard Alex Tyler scored a game-high 30 points, while senior forward Colin Spencer scored 28 points. Jordy Holst pulled down 12 rebounds and Sean McDermott had five steals.
"Everybody played well," said North Tahoe head coach Frank Wright. "It was a good tune-up game for Pershing County (on Saturday)."
The North Tahoe girls, meanwhile, defeated Coleville 38-24.
Sophomore guard Sara Trimm led the Lakers with 17 points, while junior Angela Wood scored 14.
"Coming off the break being rusty, it was good to get a win under our belt," said North Tahoe head coach Rick Buhler. "It's always good to get a win.
Buhler said sophomore center Sage Chador, who has been out with an injury, was cleared to practice starting Monday.
UP NEXT: The Lakers host Pershing County on Saturday, girls at 2 p.m. and boys at 3:30.