After enduring a sluggish first half, Key School broke a three-game basketball losing streak with the team’s best second half of the season, outscoring the host Cardin, 44-13, to take a 74-38 victory.

The Obezags drained four consecutive three-pointers in the fourth quarter, as their shooting strokes blazed.

Senior swingman Alex DeMarco poured in a game-high 37 points while sophomore center Chas Winebrenner and freshman guard Liam Killingstad chipped in eight points apiece. Freshman point guard Aaron Wan added six points and five assists.

Key improved to 5-5 following this non-conference game.