SPRINGER — Before his team’s game Thursday night, Springer head coach Caleb Fulton said he wanted his team to start a new streak and break their current three-game skid.

SPRINGER — Before his team’s game Thursday night, Springer head coach Caleb Fulton said he wanted his team to start a new streak and break their current three-game skid.

Wish granted.

The Cardinals managed to put up their highest offensive output of the season, leading to a comfortable 64-35 victory at Walker Gymnasium against the Turner Falcons.

The victory also kept the Cardinals perfect record at home this season in tact at 6-0.

Springer managed to go wire-to-wire in the contest, as they never trailed.

Turner managed to tie the game at 2-2 with less than six minutes to go in the first, but Springer broke the deadlock at 5-2 just 21 seconds later, eventually leading to a 15-6 lead at the end of the first quarter.

However, the Falcons found a spring in their step going into halftime, having cut the Cardinals lead to three points at 22-19.

But the possible rally was quickly extinguished in the third quarter by the Cardinals, who opened the second half on a 7-0 run, leading 29-19 with 5:47 remaining in the third.

After three quarters, it was the Cardinals in front with a 44-23 advantage.

Springer finished off the game with a 20-12 fourth quarter.

Jacob Perry led the Cardinals (14-6) with 20 points, followed by Malik Brown with 12 points, and Manuel Carolina with 10 points.

Austin Meredith scored eight points, with Trent Harvey adding seven points.

Justice Hartman led Turner (10-10) with 18 points, with Tyler Campbell scoring 11 points, and Mikel Roberts adding four points.

Springer will host No. 18 Fox this evening, while Turner is also at home against Bray-Doyle beginning at 8 p.m.