Wade Mason posted 19 points and 10 rebounds, while Blake Mason just missed out on a triple-double, scoring 12 points with a career-high 10 assists and six rebounds.
James Hughes added 12 points and Colton Pollard finished with 10 points for the Warriors (11-1, 3-0), who return to action on Thursday at home against Trinity Christian in a 7:30 p.m. affair.
Oak Mountain girls 60, Lafayette 37: The Lady Warriors (12-1, 3-0) bounced back from their first loss of the season with a convincing win on Tuesday, getting a 17-point effort from Jessi Fuller and 14 points from Meredith Sammon.
In other prep basketball action from Tuesday:
Fayette County girls 46, Carrollton 38: The Lady Trojans (9-4, 0-2 Region 5-AAAA) played good enough defense, but couldn't score enough in another tough region loss at Fayette County.
Brooklyn Emory led Carrollton with 15 points and 10 rebounds, Alecia North added nine points and Tasmine Boykin chipped in with six points and 12 rebounds.
Fayette County went 16-of-19 from the free-throw line, as the Lady Trojans couldn't come back from a two-point deficit at halftime.
Carrollton will go for its first region win of the year when Troup comes to Criswell Court on Friday night.
Woodland (Ala.) girls 56, Bowdon 41: Jacole Stephens led the Red Devilettes (6-5) with 12 points and 13 rebounds, while Sydney Boddie added eight points, Katlyn Buchanan had six points and seven rebounds, Jacory Stephens had five points and Allie Phillips grabbed eight boards.
Heard County boys 52, Bremen 43: Even with 13 points from Trent McClure and 12 from Nick Forrister, the Blue Devils (6-9) couldn’t pick up the road win.
Bremen will open up true region play on Saturday at Temple at 4:30 p.m.
Carrollton Junior High boys 51, Haralson County 16: The Trojans (6-0) remained perfect on the season with a big win, led by Jorel Spear with 14 points, while Jordan Bonner added eight.
Bay Springs Middle School girls 49, Temple 33: The Lady Bobcats were sparked by a career-high 34-point outburst from Kenyata Cormier, while Diana Parks added nine points.
Bay Springs MS boys 48, Temple 30: Ladarious Reese led the way with 17 points, followed by Jayland Alphabet with 15. Bay Springs hosts Bowdon on Thursday.
Holy Ground: The Stallions earned back-to-back wins, picking up a 60-27 victory over Faith Academy out of Roanoke (Ala.) on Monday evening, with John Cocklereece scoring 14 points, followed by Chandler Dedman with 12 points and 15 rebounds. On Saturday, the Stallions knocked off Lithia Christian Academy, 54-43, behind another double-double from Dedman, who posted 18 points and 22 rebounds. Cocklereece added 15 points and Blake Lee chipped in with 10. The junior-varsity squad also defeated LCA, 36-30, with Tyler Hale leading the way with 12 points.