Bill Gibbs scored 25 points to lead the Seabury boys basketball team to a 50-42 victory against Immaculata on Tuesday at Seabury.
Trailing 21-20 at the half, Seabury outscored Immaculata 20-4 in the third quarter.
“We picked up the pace and got a lot of turnovers after going man-to-man,” Seabury coach Mike Harding said.
Off the bench, Evan Sloan scored 12 points.
The Seahawks (3-0) will travel Thursday to Topeka to face Heritage Christian.
Seabury — Bill Gibbs 25, Evan Sloan 11, Reid Graybill 10, Gus Wiggen-Toccalino 4.