Jamare Mills of the Dublin Scioto High School boys basketball team scored 15 points and led three players in double figures as the second-seeded Irish routed West 88-40 on Saturday in the second round of the Division I district tournament.

Jamare Mills of the Dublin Scioto High School boys basketball team scored 15 points and led three players in double figures as the second-seeded Irish routed West 88-40 on Saturday in the second round of the Division I district tournament.

Scioto shot better than 61 percent (35 of 57) from the field and nearly 65 percent (11 of 17) from 3-point range as it improved to 21-1.

"We just talked about coming out and everybody playing well, instead of playing to the score or playing to the opponent," Scioto coach Tony Bisutti said. "I think we achieved that objective. But it's the real deal now with the district semifinal coming up."

The Irish will face 10th-seeded Reynoldsburg at 4:15 p.m. March 7 at the Fairground Coliseum in a district semifinal.

Scioto took care of another City League opponent in the first round of the tournament with a 71-43 victory over Briggs on Feb. 25.

Eleven Irish players scored against the Cowboys, who trailed 50-17 at halftime and were outrebounded 33-15. Rainer Duzan finished with 14 points and Eric Stamets had 10.

"We were really good at working the ball around and finding the open guys," Scioto senior guard David McKinley said. "We really just wanted to come out and play our best each possession."

Antwian McDanial scored 18 points to lead West, which finished 5-16 overall. Ricky Moore had 11.