The game was tied 6-6 after the first period, but the Warriors were up 26-11 at the half after a dominant second quarter.
The Warriors extended the lead to 59-22 through three quarters, and they rolled to the win.
Chase Wardlaw had a hot hand for the Warriors with 25 points, and Mayokun Oshinowo added 15 points.
Daniel Wardlaw chipped in with 13 points.
In the girls’ game, the Lady Warriors fell behind 14-5 after the first period, and they lost 43-30.
Tazsa Garrett-Hammett led LaGrange Academy with 22 points.
After the rough start, the Lady Warriors rallied in the second period, and they trailed 20-15 at the half.
Piedmont extended its lead to 29-19 after three periods, though, and it went on to win by 13.
LaGrange Academy hosts Arlington today, with the girls’ game starting at 4 p.m. and the boys’ game to follow.
LAFAYETTE CHRISTIAN: The Cougars beat homestanding Heirway Christian 46-29 Friday night for their first win of the season.
Colton Whitley and David Curry led the way with 10 points apiece, and Garrett Womble added seven points.
Lafayette Christian head coach Rene Gomez said the team did a great job on the boards, which has been an issue at times this season.
“The difference was we rebounded the ball well, all five guys,” Gomez said.
Gomez said the team also got solid contributions from a bunch of different players, even a guy like Aaron Dixon who didn’t score but had six assists and four steals.
In the girls’ game, the Lady Cougars loed 35-20.
Morgan Douglas led the way with 15 points.
“We had quite a lot of turnovers, and we missed some easy shots,” Lafayette Christian coach Paula Johnson said.