The lopsided losses continued for the Rockets Tuesday night at Dixon as they dropped a 73-35 decision to Webster County.
After the homestanding Trojans began the game 0-for-3 from 3-point land, they found their shooting eye and never lost it. They went 10-for-19 from long range the rest of the way and Crittenden (1-3) had no answer.
Conversely, the Rockets were just 2-of-15 from that range and made only eight two-point field goals the entire night.
"We've got a young team and we're gonna work to get better," Crittenden coach Brad Fraser said after the setback.
He said his reasoning for staying in a 2-3 zone defense when the Trojans were burning it up from the outside was the simple fact that he doesn't think his team is a good enough man-to-man defensive team to employ it much.
"It's been hard trying to get everything in," he said.