MARIETTA — With senior Coleton Taylor out inured with a fractured foot, the question for the Marietta Indians Friday night was how were they going to replace all those points?

MARIETTA — With senior Coleton Taylor out inured with a fractured foot, the question for the Marietta Indians Friday night was how were they going to replace all those points?

The answer was quite simple, just have 11 players score at least two points or more.

The No. 18 Indians won their 10th game of the season, and their sixth in a row as they cruised to a 62-23 victory over the Lone Grove Longhorns at the Marietta High School Gymnasium.

Marietta opened the game with a 14-0 run, before the Longhorns got on the board with a free throw at the 3:26 mark of the first quarter. 

The Indians led 19-1 at the end of the frame, before going on an 11-8 run to end the first half and lead 30-9 going into the break. 

Defense was again the name of the game for the Indians in the third quarter, as Marietta held Lone Grove to just four points while building a 46-13 advantage.

Lone Grove managed to put together its best offensive quarter in the fourth with 10 points, while Marietta finished the game off with 16 points.

Trace Stewart led the Indians with 16 points followed by Garrett Morgan with nine points, with Caleb McGehee scoring six points.

Zane Nutter and Jorge Rodriquez each added five points for Marietta.

Gavin Perry led Lone Grove with five points.

Marietta will host Davis Tuesday night with Lone Grove hosting Sulphur.