Sebeka opened the 2015-16 boys' basketball season in dominating fashion Friday night.
The Trojans held Laporte to just eight points in each half in the convincing 81-16 victory in the season opener for both teams.
"It was a great team win to start the year," said Sebeka head coach Jon Lillquist.
The Trojans forced the Wildcats into making 27 turnovers, while committing just eight themselves. Sebeka also had a 55-31 advantage in rebounding.
Nine different players scored for the Trojans, led by Thane Dailey (21), James Clark (13) and Kaleb Putzke (10). Putzke finished the game with a double-double by adding 13 rebounds. Dailey grabbed seven boards and Clark had a team-high six assists.
Jack Lillquist contributed 11 boards and five points, with Colt Hansen getting eight rebounds and seven points. Wyatt Meech and Cameron Thornton also scored seven points apiece for Sebeka.
"It was great seeing production from so many players," Coach Lillquist added.