Saints' Ty Watkins was unstoppable on the hardwood to showcase by far one of the most productive scoring performances in senior high boys basketball action Monday night that saw Garrett Memorial Christian School prevail over Providence 65-51 at home. Watkins posted a career-high 29 points to help lift the Saints in victory against a good Providence squad.

Saints' Ty Watkins was unstoppable on the hardwood to showcase by far one of the most productive scoring performances in senior high boys basketball action Monday night that saw Garrett Memorial Christian School prevail over Providence 65-51 at home. Watkins posted a career-high 29 points to help lift the Saints in victory against a good Providence squad.

For game action, the Saints provided the momentum early with Watkins scoring the first two basket for GMCS down to the 3:38 mark in opening quarter action. Dandy point guard Jordan Keener finished out the period the final seven points for the Saints that included swishing a trifecta from behind the arc at the buzzer to lift GMCS over Providence, 11-8 at the end of first quarter play.

In the second, Watkins dropped 11 points in the period with Keener, Richard Key and Colby Hurt all scoring multiple baskets to help the Saints outscore Providence 25-10. At halftime, the Saints led Providence 36-18.

In the third, Watkins continued spark and scored six points with Cole Clements, Rayden Vines and Key each adding a bucket apiece that pushed the Saints to an 48-36 lead advantage at the end of three periods of play.

In the fourth, the Saints kept more momentum building behind Watkins scoring nine points in the quarter, Clements, Keener and Hurt all posting points through the hoop to outscore Providence 17-15. As a result, the Saints coasted to an 14 point home victory.

For the game, Keener posted a monster game with 20 points for double-figures with Watkins. Clements and Key each contributed four points apiece, Hurt and Vines each finished with two points apiece.