- First regular season game turned into a win for the Titans.
- Great momentum into tomorrow nights game against Grand Island Northwest.
- Season high 64 offensive points (most points varsity boys basketball has scored since last years game against Plattsmouth when they scored 68 points on the road)
Norris came out at the start of the game with nothing but drive to score. Momentum picked up at the hands of the freshman Aiden Oerter who scored two three pointers near the end of the quarter. Hot start put Norris up 18-9.
Keeping the momentum the Titans kept on scoring, pulling away from Plattsmouth. Cole Graham hit an exclamation point three pointer at the end of the half putting Norris up 43-20.
Plattsmouth came out after half time looking to cut the score down which is what they did, cutting the deficit from 23 points down to 17. At the end of the quarter the score was Titans 54 - Blue Devils 36.
Norris slammed whatever door the Blue Devils tried opening with their 4th quarter performance. Mike Wardy had a statement dunk that turned into a three point play. The Norris Titans came away with a smooth win with the final score being 64-45.