Freshman Cliff Davis scored 21 points to lead the Indians to an 88-51 win over East Georgia State College on Friday.
The two teams were playing in the Visit Panama City Beach Tournament hosted by Gulf Coast State College. The Indians' first game of the tournament, scheduled for Thursday, was canceled due to COVID issues in the Central Georgia Tech program.
All 21 of Davis' points came from deep as the Georgia native finished the game 7-of-10 from beyond the arc. Also scoring in double digits were Nae'Qwan Tomlin with 15 and Shay Davis with 12.
Faizon Fields hauled in 11 of the team's 42 rebounds and contributed six points in the win.
"I thought we were pretty good defensively," said head coach Donnie Tyndall following the game. "Our press kinda wore them down and we were able to force some turnovers."
The Indians (14-2) begin Panhandle Conference play on Tuesday night when they host Tallahassee Community College (15-3). The Eagles are currently ranked 6th in the FCSAA and have won their last ten games. The two teams split their four games last season and shared the Panhandle Conference regular season title.