Four Polytech Panthers finished in double-figures on Saturday afternoon as the Panthers defeated Brandywine going away, 69-27.
Devaughn Mallory led the way for the Panthers scoring a game-high 16 points in the victory to help Polytech improve to 3-6 on the year.
The Panthers came out of the gates on fire Saturday, dropping 20 points on Brandywine in the first quarter while holding them to just six.
In the second it was more of the same from the Panthers. Polytech took complete control of the game pressuring defensively leading to easy looks and second-chance opportunities which they took care of scoring 32 in the quarter to lead 52-21 at the break.
Noah Adams finished with 11 for the Panthers Saturday, while both Christian Black and Juwan Gray finished with 10 apiece in the victory.
The Panthers are back in action Tuesday in an important matchup against first-place Caesar Rodney starting at 7:15 p.m. at CR.