SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ- Complete domination came into play Tuesday night when the South Brunswick Vikings took control over the Perth Amboy Panthers 77-37 at South Brunswick high school.
South Brunswick scored at least 13 points in each quarter, where Perth Amboy failed to do so in any of the periods. The Vikings held the Panthers to no more than 12 points in each eight-minute period.
South Brunswick senior Eric Savage led the Vikings in scoring with 25 points. Savage not only made five shots inside the paint, but he went outside the line to make four three-pointers as well.
Leading the Panthers in scoring was Luis Rivera with 10 points.
South Brunswick now improves to 13-2 and is only half of a game behind first in the division. Perth Amboy falls to 5-11, and continues to sit at the bottom of the division.
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