Three home games into the season, the Seneca Sting have reached the century mark in each game following a 107-45 win over the Durham Lords.
One year after the Sting played a pair of nail-biters against the Lords, it looked like fans would be treated to another close game as the Lords led three and half minutes in 8-6. The Sting would go on a 23-5 run which carried over early into the second quarter to blow the game wide open. Dimitri Lim and Julio Vazquez each finished the first quarter with nine points apiece while Shamar Lewis did his part for the Lords, scoring eight points.
The Sting extended their lead in the second quarter to twenty-six, taking a 50-24 lead into halftime. Lim had twelve points at halftime while ten Sting players recorded at least one field goal.
The defending National Champions kept their foot on the accelerator in the third quarter, going on a 14-0 run to open the second half. Isse and Nabil Ibrahm (not related) combined to score ten of the fourteen points while outscoring the Lords 30-8 in the quarter.
With the century mark in sght, the Sting continued to play 'team' basketball, moving the ball on the offensive side and finding the open player to convert the basket. Jeremiah Brown hit the basket which topped one hundred points for the Sting, a twelve foot jumper from the baseline.
Vazquez finished with a team-high 18 points thanks to 5 three-pointers. Brown and Lim each finished with 17 points. Nabil Ibrahim (13 points) and Isse Ibrahim (11 points) both reached double-figures.
Shamar Lewis led the Lords with 10 points. Daavyd Marquez-Relih finished with 9 points and Khaled DJabo recorded 7 points.